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How Much Can You Sue for in a Texas Medical Malpractice Case?

Concerns about high medical malpractice verdicts have caused some states, including Texas, to adopt damage caps that limit the amount of money a plaintiff may recover or a defendant must pay. In Texas, such caps apply to what are known as noneconomic damages, such as compensation for pain and suffering. Damages in medical malpractice cases Read More

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Recovering Damages After a Distracted Driving Accident

Driving distractions— such as texting, talking on cell phones, radio tuning, grooming, eating or drinking — can divert motorists’ attention from the road and cause accidents. In 2019, there were 377 Texans killed in accidents caused by distracted driving. If you are injured in a collision with a distracted driver, you may have a basis Read More

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How Is a Medical Malpractice Judgment Calculated When Some Defendants Settle Before Trial?

Suppose you are unlucky enough to be the victim of medical malpractice and your attorney brings suit against several of your health care providers. Some of them settle with you while others insist on proceeding to trial, where you win a sizable verdict. Since Texas tort law doesn’t allow you to get a double recovery Read More

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