Bill: Make Them Pay Act
Votes: This is an ordinary bill. It requires more yes votes than no votes. This bill will not pass any sooner than the deadline.
Voting deadline: December 3274
|Because there are no medical expenses associated with the free public system, there is no strong incentive for state doctors to avoid mistakes and failures in care, and no way for wronged patients to gain adequate redress. May them pay!|
Old value:: Only a medical regulatory body can prosecute a doctor for malpractice.
Current: Malpractice suits may be brought against doctors.
Proposed: Malpractice suits may be brought against doctors.
Old value:: Lawsuits may only provide money for medical and legal expenses.
Current: There is a cap on monetary damages awarded to patients in lawsuits.
Proposed: There is a cap on monetary damages awarded to patients in lawsuits.
These messages have been posted to debate on this bill:
|Date||18:52:37, March 16, 2012 CET||From||Communist Party of Telamon||To||Debating the Make Them Pay Act|
Responsibility is currently shifted to the wrong people with populist slogans. In reality doctors can make mistakes, yes. As can any human being. And yes it is tragic if this leads to problems or even death, but making someone suffer for the rest of their lifes, not neccesarily because of neglect, but simply for doing their job is wrong in any way possible.
|Date||01:53:17, March 17, 2012 CET||From||Catholic Political Union||To||Debating the Make Them Pay Act|
Doctors need to be regulated by a regulatory body of medical experts. We do not need to get money-grabbing lawyers involved in this.
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