Texas Tort Reform: A Good National Model?

side note: The state of Texas has been looked at as an example of strong tort reform, and the result has been lower medical malpractice insurance premiums as well as an influx of doctors wishing to practice in the state.

In 2003, the Texas Legislature passed medical liability reforms that capped non-economic damages for injured patients at $250,000, and brought the number of malpractice lawsuits down dramatically.

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