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March 01, 2013

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personal injury lawyers

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Personal Injury Lawyer Dallas

I really doubt HB 1869 will pass. Texas is quickly becoming a very "insurance friendly" state and I do not see any law passing that might substantially effect any carrier's recovery rights. (I am also interested in knowing how this law would work in light of ERISA and other federal statutes governing health insurance benefits).
As for HB 1774, sounds good in theory, but I do not see it as providing any real incentive for uninsured individuals to suddenly purchase auto insurance. This just looks like another disguised effort to limit the recovery of personal injury plaintiffs. But given the legal trends in Texas, I see HB 1774 passing long before HB 1869.

USCitizenBlind

Two comments: #1 How about getting the Texas Bar to provide TxOpenRecordsAct requests to "prove" they actually investigate complaints against attorneys!
#2 How about Judicial Commission acknowledging complaints against Judges who take bribes from Mexican Cartels.
What a bunch of cowards inhabiting the UnJust System...whereby the market is flooding with scoundrels..we need contributing numbers no more scum like those at the helm of gov--taking us down and out.
Stand up or your soul is bought and paid for with the Devil one-way eternally!

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