Posts Tagged ‘Wal Mart’

Action Alert — Tort Reform: Stop The "Families Pay" Bill

You always have to feed the beast.  Every legislative session the insurance industry and its lobbyists succeed in winning legislative victories that take away your rights.  And depsite these wins, they keep coming back for more.  It’s time to tell them enough — quit coming back for more. This year, the insurance industry and its…

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Personal Injury Law Round-Up #56

It’s been a crazy week here in Austin so this week’s offer is a little slim. I don’t know how Eric Turkewitz has time to pull of the biggest April Fool’s Day joke in the history of the blogosphere, but I’m jealous. I will add that the fierce T-Ball Diamondbacks have their first game tomorrow…

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Personal Injury Subrogation, continued

Last October I wrote about Walmart asserting a subrogation claim against one of its employees who had made a recovery in a personal injury case.  The case is an example of how many cases can become difficult, if not impossible, to resolve because of the subrogation claims. This problem is picking up a little steam…

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Personal Injury Subrogation, continued

Last October I wrote about Walmart asserting a subrogation claim against one of its employees who had made a recovery in a personal injury case.  The case is an example of how many cases can become difficult, if not impossible, to resolve because of the subrogation claims. This problem is picking up a little steam…

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Judicial Tort Reform in Texas

Regular readers and visitors to our website certainly know our views that the Texas Supreme Court often seeks results-oriented decisions to favor insurance companies and big businesses (we’ve previously written about this here, here and here).  Our opinion has been reinforced by a law review article, Judicial Tort Reform In Texas, by Professor Dave Anderson…

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