Patients are benefiting, lawyers are seething and scheming:
Medical malpractice reform, we now know, is working for Texas.
We mean for the patients. It isn’t working for the trial lawyers, to be sure. But then again, it wasn’t intended to.
Alas, it comes as no surprise that, in light of all this good news, Texas’ lawsuit industry is still angling behind the scenes to bring back our state’s jackpot justice-happy past.
They aren’t doing it in plain view, of course. “More suing” and “higher legal fees” don’t quite resonate with your average Texan. Today, the battle over tort reform is raging in our courts, fought by lawyers parsing rules and trying to extrapolate lawmaker intentions.