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January 2021

Privacy Law Update

By David Kulwicki|2023-07-20T18:28:09+00:00January 15th, 2021|For Patients|

Cleveland HIPAA Violation Lawyer Privacy lawyers have been waiting for the Ohio Supreme Court’s decision in Rolston v. Menorah Park to see where privacy claims stand in the State of Ohio. The decision, which was largely favorable to patients, was published in December, 2020. The central issue in Rolston was whether the HIPAA Privacy Law, [...]

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April 2020

Insurance and Contract Claims Arising out of COVID-19

By David Kulwicki|2023-07-20T18:28:20+00:00April 7th, 2020|For Patients|

Medical Malpractice Lawyer Cleveland OH The lawyers at Mishkind Kulwicki Law represent victims of catastrophic personal injuries, medical malpractice and wrongful death throughout the State of Ohio.  In the course of this representation, we have become champions for injury victims in their fight against the insurance companies that profit by preventing the recovery of full [...]

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Vicarious Liability in HIPAA Violation Cases

By David Kulwicki|2023-07-20T18:28:21+00:00April 6th, 2020|For Patients|

Cleveland HIPAA Violation Lawyer In Ohio, a patient’s right to privacy of their medical records emanates from both federal law and state common law.  The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) provides the essential federal regulatory framework for protection of patients’ protected healthcare information.  OhioHealth Corp. v. Ryan (2012), 2012-Ohio-60, 10AP-937.  However, [...]

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Violation of Healthcare Privacy

By David Kulwicki|2023-07-20T18:28:23+00:00April 2nd, 2020|For Patients|

Cleveland HIPAA Lawyer For patients, it is assumed that discussions between them and their doctor or nurse will remain confidential.  A privacy lawyer will tell you that all healthcare providers do indeed owe a fiduciary duty to their patients to protect their health information.  This basic tenant of medicine has been long established, but was [...]

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