By: Admin On: January 30, 2016 In: News, tortreform Comments: 0

Texas Lawyer, Jan. 27, 2016 Mike Hull, former outside counsel for Texans for Lawsuit Reform, is now working with Houston mass tort litigator Steve Mostyn on a transvaginal mesh class action. Hull, partner in Hull Henricks in Austin, was a paid TLR lobbyist for many years who successfully influenced...

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By: Admin On: January 23, 2016 In: News, tortreform Comments: 0

New York Times, Jan. 22, 2016 Mr. Cruz, the Senate candidate, running as a conservative champion of tort reform in Texas while Mr. Cruz, the lawyer, quietly reaped more than $3 million while defending record-setting personal injury awards. Mr. Cruz helped write George W. Bush’s 2000 campaign position paper,...

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By: Admin On: January 19, 2016 In: medmal, tortreform Comments: 0

Indianapolis Business Journal, Jan. 16, 2016 Patients who have been injured or killed as the result of negligence by Indiana hospitals and physicians could win more cash under proposed changes to Indiana’s Medical Malpractice Act. A Republican lawmaker’s plan to raise the caps on successful medical malpractice claims and...

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By: Admin On: January 14, 2016 In: medmal, tortreform Comments: 0

Asbestos.com, Jan. 12, 2016 The U.S. House of Representatives last week approved legislation that included the FACT Act, which sets new, stiffer requirements for victims of asbestos seeking compensation through the legal system. This is the third time in four years the House has passed a version of the...

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By: Admin On: January 11, 2016 In: medmal, News Comments: 0

The Indiana Lawyer, Jan. 6, 2016 The maximum award for medical malpractice would increase by $400,000 under legislation proposed after a study committee last year examined Indiana’s caps. Caps on damages were last raised 17 years ago and have been increased just twice in 40 years. Senate Bill 152...

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By: Admin On: January 07, 2016 In: medmal, tortreform Comments: 0

Associated Press, Jan. 6, 2016 Indiana’s cap on medical malpractice payments would be increased for the first time in decades under a proposal in the state Legislature. A bill endorsed by Republicans who control the Indiana Senate would boost the state’s current limits on what malpractice victims could receive...

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By: Admin On: January 04, 2016 In: News, tortreform Comments: 0

Associated Press, Jan. 4, 2015 An Evansville couple is keeping up a decadelong legal fight over their claims of medical malpractice in their daughter’s birth that left her a quadriplegic and unable to speak. A Vanderburgh County jury in 2013 awarded $15 million in damages to Crystal and Jamie...

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