No Medicaid No Problem

The Obama administration and lawmakers in Tallahassee have finally agreed on an outcome to address funding for the Low Income Insurance Pool, or LIP program that provides funding to hospitals that care for low income or uninsured patients by extending the program for 2 more years. Problem solved right? Not exactly. The federal government is…

Why are Florida Hospitals Losing 1 Billion Annually in TPL Related Injury Claims?

Turning “Uninsured” Patients into “Insured” Patients: Third Party Legal Recovery Solution Hospitals lose millions every year providing medical treatment to uninsured patients. As a result, hospitals end up writing off the majority of those bills as charitable care or take a smaller percentage from governments or the patient. To help hospital systems recoup what they…

No Really, It Takes a Team

Originally published in Brain Injury Professional The very nature of TBI rehabilitation means that rehabilitation professionals normally don’t have access to patients and their families until after the critical care component of treatment is over. During the critical stages of recovery, the medical team is focused on stabilizing the patient, and more often than not,…

Frank Toral Featured in Gator Alumni Magazine

Frank Toral, the Founder of the Toral Family Foundation (and Senior Partner at Toral Law, Attorneys at Law) and Latha Ganti Stead MD, MBA, MS, FACEP, the Professor of Emergency Medicine and Neurological Surgery and Chief of Clinical Research at the University of Florida College of Medicine, have both been featured in Florida Gator Alumni…

The Toral Family Foundation Supports Darrell Gwynn Foundation’s Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week Initiative with Substantial Gift

Week Established by Darrell Gwynn Foundation and Florida Legislature aims to Increase Awareness of Spinal Cord Injuries  DAVIE, Fla. – The Toral Family Foundation (TFF) and the Toral Law, Attorneys at Law, have joined the Darrell Gwynn Foundation in its mission of increasing awareness of spinal cord injuries through a combined $150,000 donation to support…

Toral Family Foundation partners with The Miami Project on Summer Injury Prevention Measures

The Toral Family Foundation and the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, a University of Miami Miller School of Medicine Center of Excellence, have partnered to launch the Summer 2012 WalkSafeTM and BikeSafeTM initiatives in Miami. Aimed at elementary and middle-school age students, these programs increase safety knowledge around laws governing walking and bicycling, provide education…