Assistance in the Realization of Medical Rights: A Comparative Study2019-05-212019-09-04https://lexidale.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mainlight.pngLexidalehttps://lexidale.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/09/mainlight.png200px200px
This study was conducted for a center dealing with realization of medical rights.
The study examines how various countries in Europe regulate the field of legal services, and in particular the assistance in the realization of social rights, mainly medical rights. The study explores the legal and economic aspects of this regulation, with an emphasis on legislative measures and consumer welfare. The countries examined include: Germany, Italy, Spain, the Netherlands, Slovenia, Switzerland, Belgium and Russia.
The study the effect of various arrangements on competition, as opposed to the concentration of legal services by a limited group of service providers, as well as the effect on accessibility of services to low-income populations. The study also examines the legal position in the several countries that allows non-lawyers parties to engage in certain activities, regarding the realization of medical rights.