Doctors’ Surveyed: Personal Injury Lawyer Ads Fuel Wide-Ranging Concerns for Patients

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Our friends at Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse just released a statewide survey of physicians’ views on personal injury lawsuit ads. Among the findings, “82 percent of doctors surveyed agree that personal injury lawyer ads can lead to patients not taking their medications.” The TALA survey fuels wide-ranging concerns for patients and was driven by the […]

About That Jury Summons…

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Have you ever received a postcard in the mail with “OFFICIAL JURY SUMMONS” emblazoned across the top? Did you at first groan and then contemplate 20 different ways you might get out of it? If so, you are not alone. It’s a widespread problem. Counties across the state struggle with low response and participation rates […]

Big Data and Trial Lawyers

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In a recent letter to the editor, Texans Against Lawsuit Abuse highlighted the reasons Texans should be concerned about big data, our health care system and the impact of trial lawyers. It’s also a good reminder to “Don’t Let a Lawyer Be Your Doctor.” Here’s TALA’s recent letter to the editor as it appeared in […]