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Chiropractic Law’s blog (or “CL Blog”) is this website’s location to find informative and insightful entries posted by attorneys and other contributors. To learn more about those attorneys and contributors, please visit our contributors pages where you can also obtain contact information. Blog entries will be posted periodically on a wide range of issues of relevance to the chiropractic profession. The identity of the attorney or contributor posting on the blog is referenced with each entry.  Your feedback on all blogs is always appreciated.

Important Notice: Please read the disclaimer when using this website. All material presented on this website is intended for general informational purposes since the services of a competent professional, should be sought for any specific legal needs. Use of this website and transmission of resources and other information does not create or constitute an attorney-client relationship with any attorney contributing to this website.

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Chiropractors Inform Board of Desired Changes

Chiropractors have voiced their concerns for changes

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It Is now OK to Say: “I’m Sorry” to Patients

Although apologies are common place to many during various times in our lives, it could have gotten a Wisconsin doctor into malpractice “quicksand”… until just recently.  Now, there is a new law in Wisconsin which generally allows a health care provider to apologize to an injured patient without

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Legislative Effort to Alter Nature of Informed Consent

Following a major Supreme Court decision, a new Wisconsin legislative effort has been initiated by the Republican majority  to revise a physician’s duty of informed consent.  The decision, rendered in the case of Jandre v. Physicians Insurance Co. of Wisconsin, involved a jury verdict decided  nearly a decade ago, in

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Recent WI Court Decision Addresses Medicare Claims Submission

A Court decision was recently rendered in Wisconsin which addresses the intracacies of claims submission to medicare in situations involving treatment of patients involved in “tort” or negligence cases where there is a third party- insurer  available to pay for treatment expenses.  That third party can commonly

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Preserve Medical Payments For the Treating Chiropractor

Chiropractors have contacted our office lately with concerns relating to their ability to receive payments under a patient’s medical pay coverage of an automobile insurance policy.  As most doctors are aware, many automobile policies contain “med pay” provisions which provide coverage for the health care treatment provided

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A Thought for the New Year

This past fall,Dr. Chester Wilk spoke at  one of the WCA’s  Southeast District meetings. Dr. Wilk spoke on a variety of topics in an open setting to over 25 interested doctors.  During his comments; which ranged from discussing the theme of a new book to a biographical sketch

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