Southern Cross offers information on legal issues, conflict management, and others, all within the focus of healthcare management.
The Law and Neuroscience Bloghttp://lawneuro.typepad.com/the-law-and-neuroscience-blog/
The Law and Neurosciece Blog is a outgrowth of the MacArthur Law and Neuroscience Project, and it hosts discussions of legal issues like the insanity defense and teen crime in light of modern knowledge in neuroscience. We believe that this topic is going to be increasingly important as human neuroscience continues to advance.
California Insurance Lawyer Bloghttp://www.californiainsurancelawyerblog.com
Kantor & Kantor is one of the most experienced and highly respected law firms dealing with the prosecution of claims against insurance companies. We represent clients whose insurance companies have failed or refused to pay claims arising out of Disability, Health, Life, Long Term Care and other liability insurance claims. The lawyers of Kantor & Kantor have helped people get medical care and treatment when their insurance company has denied it. We have helped people obtain medications when the insurance company argued the medications were not medically necessary. Many of our clients come to us after their claims for long term disability have been denied by the insurance company. We have sued on behalf of clients with conditions such as Multiple Sclerosis, Alzheimer's, AIDS, Degenerative Disc Disease, Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Arthritis, and scores of other disabling ailments.
Eating Disorder Law Bloghttp://www.kantorlaw.net/Eating_Disorder_Blog.aspx
Kantor & Kantor has developed a specialized legal practice representing clients whose claims for treatment of eating disorders, and dual diagnosis (substance abuse and other co-morbid conditions) have been unfairly denied by their health insurers or benefit plan. Kantor & Kantor's aggressive approach to litigation and legislation has brought justice for clients who have found themselves fighting for their insurance benefits when benefits were wrongfully denied.