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This just in!! …

September 25, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

This just in!! – Legally Mine So I just saw this email from one of the event organizers, to whose group we met with a few days ago… “… I wanted to thank you for co-ordinating the speaker with me. Dan was awesome and our society members definitely enjoyed the lecture. The topic was enlightening […]

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The Family Limited Partnership Part 1 – Legally Mine

September 25, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

One of the things that Legally Mine often discusses during their presentation, is the Family Limited Partnership (FLP). I know that sometimes Dan McNeff can go pretty fast through some of that material, and so for those of you who would like a refresher on what the FLP is and how it works – I’ve […]

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What Can Go Wrong? – Legally Mine

September 23, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

“What Can Go Wrong?”  you might say, “I’m a good guy, I do a good job and am always careful.”  “There is no way a lawsuit will affect me and my business.” But you are wrong!  There are so many things as a medical practitioner an/or a business owner you are liable for.  It is […]

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Patient Signs Release; Doctor Still Held Liable – Legally Mine

September 18, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

Not that having a release form is a bad thing, or that it would get overturned everytime, but if you really want to protect yourself it should not be your only line of defense! The Utah Supreme Court reversed a motion for summary judgment dismissing a medical malpractice claim against two doctors and a Utah […]

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Legally Mine Special Report –

September 16, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

The following is just an example of the craziness that exists in our world today.  It’s a portion of the “Special Medical Report on Lawsuits” that is distributed by Legally Mine – your comments are welcome! Also if you have any similar experiences you know of please share, it is good that we all are […]

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– What Other People Say About Legally Mine – Legally Mine Reviews

September 12, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

This has been one of my most popular posts so far.  I thought I would re-post it to keep it near the top of my list. At the end of the lecture we ask all of the attendees to rate their experience and to leave some comments.  The following is what they’re telling us: “Very […]

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The Biggest Scam – presented by Legally Mine

September 11, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

The Biggest Scam! – by Legally Mine Here is some interesting food for thought, brought to you by Legally Mine!  Legally Mine  Related articles Another Legally Mine Lawyer Joke (wealthlegallyprotected.wordpress.com) Separate the business from the assets (minebylaw.wordpress.com) The Legally Mine Mission Statement (wealthlegallyprotected.wordpress.com)

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It is time! (Good for you, Crazy for Legally Mine)

September 10, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

Between now and the next 2 months is the busiest time for Legally Mine, every medical group ( and lots of business ones too) are staring to have their annual meetings, the lazy days of summer are over, and with lots of work comes lots of risk.  We are thankful here at Legally Mine, to […]

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Is it more difficult to get loans if all my assets are in a Limited Partnership? – Legally Mine

September 6, 2013 · by venture: A Legally Mine Blog

No, not really, because banks are now getting accustomed to loaning money to Limited Partnerships. In fact, many hotel chains have the hotel building itself and the land inside a Limited Partnership. Some of the largest companies in America are now using Limited Partnerships. They have no trouble in securing loans from knowledgeable banks. Nonetheless, […]

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The most recent statistics cite that nearly $4 billion ($168 million more than the previous year) was spent in medical malpractice payouts, nearly a 5% increase from the year previous.