Tag Archives: malpractice

Doctor’s conviction throws multiple patient injuries back into spotlight

In late April, UK breast surgeon Dr. Ian Paterson was found guilty of 17 counts of “wounding with intent,” throwing a spotlight on the topic of multiple patient injuries and how they affect insurers and health care providers. One bad … Continue reading →

Scariest Risks of 2013

Scariest Risks

Halloween season always puts us in a dark frame of mind here at WillisWire, reflecting not on ghosts and goblins but on all the scary risks we help our clients prepare for.  This year, 18 of our bloggers submitted the … Continue reading →

Largest Health Care Claims of 2011

The largest health care verdicts most frequently involve injured children in obstetric and pediatric cases, and this year was no different. Continue reading →