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Hiring a medical malpractice lawyer

Are medical malpractice settlements taxable?

Are medical malpractice settlements taxable?

It's important to consider tax issues before signing a settlement agreement

What emergency room claims can be brought under Texas tort reform?

What emergency room claims can be brought under Texas tort reform?

Tort reform closes the door on some, but not all, ER cases in the Lone Star state

Missing the expert report deadline is a sure-fire way for a plaintiff to lose a Texas medical malpractice case

Missing the expert report deadline is a sure-fire way for a plaintiff to lose a Texas medical malpractice case

Tort reform law imposes a rigid timeline

New law changes Texas tort reform procedures in some cases involving hospitals, doctors and health care providers

New law changes Texas tort reform procedures in some cases involving hospitals, doctors and health care providers

Starting on 9/1/21, plaintiffs can use a new procedure to avoid one type of defensive gamesmanship

Texarkana court of appeals tackles sufficiency of plaintiff's medical expert opinion

Texarkana court of appeals tackles sufficiency of plaintiff's medical expert opinion

Experts must have narrowly-tailored experience, adequate basis for opinions

How a pre-existing condition or frailty impacts a Texas medical malpractice case

How a pre-existing condition or frailty impacts a Texas medical malpractice case

The so-called eggshell skull rule applies to medical negligence

Dallas court of appeals finds that claim against facility isn't limited by tort reform measures

Dallas court of appeals finds that claim against facility isn't limited by tort reform measures

The key is whether the claim touches on health care

How to pursue a Texas medical malpractice case when medical records are silent or missing

How to pursue a Texas medical malpractice case when medical records are silent or missing

Getting past the initial expert stage opens up discovery tools necessary to prove the case

A successful Texas medical malpractice case requires more than just a healthcare mistake

A successful Texas medical malpractice case requires more than just a healthcare mistake

Plaintiffs must link the medical mistake to foreseeable harm with expert testimony

Is it admissible in court when a doctor stops doing a procedure after committing medical negligence?

Is it admissible in court when a doctor stops doing a procedure after committing medical negligence?

How the doctrine of subsequent remedial measures applies in Texas medical malpractice cases