Litigator of the Week: $1.9 Million in Negligence Case

, Texas Lawyer

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When a Houston lawyer delivered his closing argument to a Houston jury this month, he warned the panel not to award more than $250,000 in non-economic damages. "I didn't tell the jury why I wanted to limit to $250,000. You can't tell them there is a [damages] cap, but you can tell them what to award. They followed me exactly," says the partner in Abraham, Watkins, Nichols, Sorrels, Agosto & Friend.

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    First congratulations to Randy. But really- "Williams alleged that a doctor not named as a defendant in the suit performed at least 40 percent of her hysterectomy" how about perforated not performed :)

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