Monday, 19 of February of 2018

Attorney Talks About Unfair Tort Reform Laws

By Jim Lewis, Medical Negligence Injury Lawyer

Texas is an example of how not to address tort laws. The legislature passed a sweeping tort reform package in 2003 which made it more difficult for injured victims to file legitimate claims and capped non-economic damages that an injured victim could receive from a medical malpractice injury claim to only $250,000. To learn why Texas is a terrible model for Virginia and other states, read the story here…

Texas Tort Reform Laws NOT the Model for Virginia Tort Law

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