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David Michael Walsh IV

David Walsh’s Legal Cases

5 total

  • Yancy v. United Surgical Partners International, Inc.

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Jan 23, 2008
    Outcome:
    Summary judgment affirmed
    Description:
    The Texas Supreme Court held that the Open Courts provision of the Texas Constitution is not violated by the medical malpractice statute of limitations barring claims against parties added to a suit after the expiration of the limitations period when the mentally incompetent plaintiff has a court appointed guardian and sues some parties prior to the expiration of the limitations period.
  • Gray v. Woodville Health Care Center

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Mar 23, 2007
    Outcome:
    Summary judgment affirmed
    Description:
    The Court of Appeals affirmed summary judgment based on a lack of evidence showing that the Defendants' conduct proximately caused the death and injuries claimed.
  • Kettle v. Baylor Medical Center at Garland

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Jun 25, 2008
    Outcome:
    Motion to Dismiss affirmed
    Description:
    The appellate court agreed with the trial court's assessment that the 4590i expert report against the physicians was insufficient because it was conclusory and attributed -- without explanation -- the same standards to physicians of different specialties and treating Mr. Kettle at different times.
  • Chester v. El-Ashram

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Outcome:
    Affirming exclusion of Plaintiffs' expert and MSJ
    Description:
    Appellate court agreed with trial court that Plaintiffs' expert was not qualified and that his opinions should be excluded, leaving Plaintiffs without sufficient evidence to prevent summary judgment.
  • Ferry v. Sackett

    Practice Area:
    Appeals
    Date:
    Mar 12, 2007
    Outcome:
    Affirming taxable court cost award
    Description:
    The court of appeals held that depositions on written questions are depositions under the rules and should be taxed as an appropriate court cost.