Important Books and Publications


The Medical Malpractice Myth, by Tom Baker, is a fact- and evidence-based analysis of what has been called “the malpractice crisis”.

As the White House and many states push for the enactment of restrictions on medical malpractice recoveries, Baker, an insurance law professor, examines the basis and justification for such changes.

Professor Baker’s conclusion:

Not one of the White House proposals would increase the number of injured patients who will be compensated, improve patient safety, protect doctors from the next medical insurance crisis, or provide real, immediate relief for doctors who deliver babies. What they will do instead, is increase patients’ share of the medical malpractice burden.

The book is available at

Articles/Publications by Blume Forte Of Counsel Attorneys Cynthia Craig and Brian Mahoney:

  1. C. CraigDiProspero v. Penn: A Revolution in Auto Insurance Law, New Jersey Lawyer, 12/26/05.
  2. C. CraigNew Jersey Auto Insurance Law, 15th Ed., Gann Law Books, 2006.
  3. B. MahoneyNew Jersey Personal Injury Recovery (formerly titled New Jersey Comparative Fault and Liability Apportionment), Gann Law Books, 2006.