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West Virginia Board of Medicine Licensee Detail

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Full Name: PAUL JOHN JAKUBEC, M.D.
Born: 1938
Primary Work Location: NO CURRENT ADDRESS AVAILABLE
Permanent License: PERMANENT MEDICAL  # 08988  EXPIRED
Originally Granted: 10/17/1967
Last Expired: 6/30/2010
Also Licensed Or Has Been Licensed In: PENNSYLVANIA   TENNESSEE  
Medical School: UNIVERSITY OF PITTSBURGH SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, PA (06/01/1964)
Post-Graduate Training: WEST VIRGINIA UNIVERSITY SCHOOL OF MEDICINE, WV (06/30/1970)
Primary Specialty
(Self-Designated):
PEDIATRICS
Secondary Specialty
(Self-Designated):
NO SECONDARY SPECIALTY ON FILE
PAs Currently Supervised: NO CURRENT SUPERVISION

Disciplinary Records for PAUL JOHN JAKUBEC

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Malpractice Records for PAUL JOHN JAKUBEC

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  • A number of studies have been conducted to identify indicators of substandard care among physicians. There is no conclusive evidence that malpractice data correlates with professional competence.
  • There are a variety of factors unrelated to professional competence or conduct which affect the likelihood that a physician will be the subject of a malpractice claim, such as, the physician's time in practice, the nature of the specialty, the types of patients treated, geographic location, etc. For example, certain medical specialties have a higher rate of malpractice claims because of a higher risk inherent to the field of practice.
  • Settlements of malpractice cases by insurance companies are sometimes handled as business decisions. In the case of some minor claims, it is less expensive for the insurance company to make a monetary settlement than it is for them to take the case to court. Many times such cases are settled without a finding of fault or admission of guilt on the part of the physician.
  • A payment in settlement of a medical malpractice action or claim should not be construed as creating a presumption that medical malpractice has occurred.
Malpractice Record: Case Detail
Action Type: Settlement
Loss Date: 12/18/1990
Action Date: 1/3/1994
Amount: $300,000
Insurance Company: CNA
File Number: NO FILE NUMBER LISTED
Adjucating Body: MONONGALIA CTY CIRCUIT COURT, WV 
Case Number of Adjucating Body: 92-C-1033 
Notes: NONE