Gov. Mike Parson signed SB 591, a bill bringing sweeping changes to how punitive damages are assessed in Missouri, Wednesday.
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At this time, there is no evidence to indicate the affected patients were aware the physician listed was not the physician who met with them.
A number of lawsuits over the Medicaid expansion initiative have been leveled just days after the governor placed it on August’s ballot.
The Missouri General Assembly approved legislation bringing sweeping changes to how punitive damages are assessed.
The effort, spearheaded by state Reps. Shamed Dogan and Tracy McCreery, seeks to secure the release of Patty Prewitt after 34 years in prison.
Gov. Mike Parson partially commuted Dimetrious Woods' prison sentence Wednesday after the Supreme Court found his release to be in error.
First responders who contract coronavirus or are quarantined will be covered under Missouri's workers’ compensation.
It took nearly 20 hours before the Missouri Senate finally reached a compromise on controversial tort reform legislation.
Changes to how asbestos claims are handled isn’t a new topic for the General Assembly, but it’s one that hit the floor early this year.
A massive bill that would “fundamentally change” how punitive damage cases are assessed in Missouri stalled in the Senate after a nearly four-hour debate.