Doctor's Note Dispute Is Health-Care Liability Claim

, Texas Lawyer

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The list of disputes that qualify as a "heath care liability claim" under Texas Civil Practice & Remedies Code Chapter 74 just got a little longer. Chapter 74 requires a plaintiff litigating such a claim to file an expert report early in the proceedings. This time, the dispute at issue involves a doctor's note, according to a Nov. 21 decision by Dallas' 5th Court of Appeals.

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