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Do damage caps on medical malpractice cases stop frivolous lawsuits, or do they simply help insurance companies? A Texas jury awarded $10,200,575 to the family of a child whose head was crushed by...
Answer: While no one can compensate you for the loss of your health or a permanent injury, the justice system is set up so that you can recover monetary compensation after...
Answer: In 2003, Texas residents approved a constitutional amendment (tort reform) to cap non-economic damages at $250,000 for all medical malpractice cases. The vote, called Proposition 12, passed by a narrow...
Tort reform has made medical malpractice cases in Texas very difficult to pursue. The Texas healthcare system has gone through a lot of changes over the last 10-15 years. Before 2003,...
You may be aware of an email chain going around that discusses something known as the Stella Awards.  They are supposedly given out to the most outlandish and frivolous lawsuits...
Malpractice compensation is designed to help the family and the victim themselves pay for the damage wrought by medical negligence. There are some truly egregious cases of medical negligence and, in...

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