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Linda Laurent Thomas

Houston Birth Injury Lawyer.

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  1. Can I still sue a nursing home on behalf of my loved one if they passed away?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    Can I still sue a nursing home on behalf of my loved one if they passed away?

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  2. If we are suing the nursing facility of our loved one, should we move them to another facility?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    If we are suing the nursing facility of our loved one, should we move them to another facility?

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  3. If I file suit against a drug manufacturer, what are my chances of winning?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    If I file suit against a drug manufacturer, what are my chances of winning?

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  4. What's the difference between a birth defect and a birth injury?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    What's the difference between a birth defect and a birth injury?

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  5. What type of compensation can I recover for my baby's birth injury?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    What type of compensation can I recover for my baby's birth injury?

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  6. What are the different types of assisted living center abuse?

    Video posted by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    What are the different types of assisted living center abuse?

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  7. umbilical cord strangulation

    Written by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    Umbilical Cord Strangulation Every pregnancy carries a potential risk with it and numerous complications and problems may come up during the gestational period. One such potential problem is the umbilical becoming tangled or wrapped around the babys neck.Many medical malpractic...

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  8. Discovery rule in medical malpractice cases

    Written by attorney Linda Thomas, over 2 years ago.

    There is a strict two year statute of limitations in all medical malpractice cases inTexas.There is a narrow exception specifically where the plaintiff could not have discovered his or her injury within the two year period. That exception falls under the open courts provision fou...

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