Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer Melissa Scartelli asks that we sign a petition to help you retain your individual rights.
DON”T WANN READ MORE? CLICK THIS LINK:http://cqrcengage.com/aaj/app/onestep-write-a-letter…What if you lost an arm and could never work again? At Scartelli Olszewski, P.C., we talk to people who are catastrophically injured almost every day. Now you’re wondering how you will take care of yourself and your family. We know what you are going through. We’ve helped people like you navigate this system for over 25 years.
What if a law went into effect that said your safety is not important. What if a law went into effect that limited your ability to bring suit against big corporations who make unsafe products or if you were hurt you in a hospital you could not go after the insurance company who protects your doctor and hospital. Your doctor and hospital pay for a lot of insurance. But now what if you can’t get compensated for an injury that was not your fault and may last a life time?The law states you should be made whole again. This new law proposed to congress now will take away your chances of being made whole again according to Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer Melissa Scartelli.
What if a hospital could negligently kill your newborn baby, and you could not get a law firm to file a suit against the hospital because there was a “cap” on how much the case is worth, and that cap was set in 1971? This is true in the State of California and they’re trying to push it through to the whole country and set the “cap” at the same rate as 1971. Those who will benefit are big business and insurance companies. They have named this bill “Protecting Access to Care At of 2017” and those who will be hurt, according to Pennsylvania Injury Lawyer, Melissa Scartelli, is individual people.
This act does not give individuals access to care as the title would suggest. It’s made up name by brilliant marketers. Those who will benefit are:
In this article I’m sharing something you can do right now to help preserve the rights of people who have been injured like yourself.People are entitled to be made whole for their losses. But there is a bill now that will limit our rights as individuals to be made whole again. I was interviewed yesterday for a short documentary film with Mary Cary at Go Media Marketing – about the (so called) “Protecting Access to Care Act of 2017” that will help to take away individuals rights by limiting what they recover when they’ve been injured. A very similar bill was already enacted in California that has damaged so many families.
It seems the first to be affected are babies and elderly people. What happens is safety goes “out the window” when big corporations no longer need to be held accountable. Doctors are required by law to have insurance, but this will mean that the insurance company will not have to pay any more than 250k in damages. Does 250k sound like a lot of money? Sure…. but what happens if your child is wrongfully killed in a hospital – or damaged for life and unable to work? While 250k might sound like a lot – that would be the entire recovery for the whole lawsuit and a lifetime worth of lost income, pain & suffering. It means companies do not need to worry if they hurt someone because lawyers will not be able to afford to bring a law suit. Want to make a difference or learn more?
It takes about 30 seconds to tell your congressman not to let this happen to our country by filling out the form here at “Take Justice Back”:CLICK THIS LINK:http://cqrcengage.com/aaj/app/onestep-write-a-letter…If you need our help with your case please reach out right here: Contact Us Now
Rachel D. Olszewski, an attorney at Scartelli Olszewski, P.C., is a dedicated advocate for clients who have suffered unjust harm. Following the legacy of her esteemed family members, Rachel specializes in personal injury, medical malpractice, and criminal defense. She is actively involved in professional associations and serves on the board of the Luzerne County Bar Association Charitable Foundation. Rachel is admitted to practice in Pennsylvania state courts and the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Pennsylvania.
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