Medical malpractice attorney Robert Painter's article on Chapter 74 and medical malpractice in Texas is published
The Houston Lawyer magazine's March/April 2012 features Attorney Robert Painter's article "Chapter 74: Mapping the Medical Malpractice Minefield"
Attorney Robert Painter's article discusses the Texas 'tort reform' law, known as Chapter 74, which tightly restricts every aspect of medical malpractice lawsuits.
Unfortunately, many Texans are not compensated for their legitimate, catastrophic injuries (or the death of a family member) caused by hospitals, doctors and nurses because of this law. In fact, very often Texans cannot find an attorney to accept their medical malpractice or wrongful death cases at all because of this law.
Read Robert Painter's article by clicking here.
Robert Painter is a medical malpractice lawyer at Painter Law Firm PLLC.
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