New Laws Ensure Courts Are Used for Justice

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Hail Storm, ADA Lawsuit Reforms Take Effect Sept. 1, Protect Consumers Texas has built a reputation for being the leader when it comes to lawsuit reform, and two wins this Legislative Session helped reinforce that: hailstorm lawsuit reform and ADA lawsuit reform. New laws taking effect Sept. 1 include hail storm lawsuit reform (HB 1774) […]

Reform Works

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In a recent press release, Texas Governor Greg Abbott listed lawsuit reform as a policy that has helped attract business to Texas. “Economic liberty is why Texas leads in job creation and in corporate expansion and relocations,” said Governor Abbott. “Restrained government, lower taxes, smarter regulations, right-to-work laws and litigation reform—these are the pro-growth economic policies […]

Congress Should Support FACT Act

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Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse thinks this recent article hits the proverbial nail on the head, bemoaning the “double dipping” that occurs in asbestos lawsuits. “Double dipping” occurs when personal injury lawyers sue a solvent company and claim its products harmed their clients, while also filing claims with an asbestos bankruptcy trust, blaming other products for […]

The facts about FACT Act

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How would FACT Act bring transparency to asbestos claims? Some personal injury lawyers are engaging in a practice known as double-dipping by suing a company and claiming its products harmed their clients and also filing claims with asbestos trusts telling a different story and blaming other products for the same exact harm. This article in […]