Texas Supreme Court Limits Medical Expense Evidence to Amount Actually Paid or Incurred

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While CPRC § 41.0105 limits a plaintiff’s recovery of medical expenses to those that are actually paid or incurred, can the full, non-discounted bills be presented to a jury? The Texas Supreme Court addressed this issue on July 1, 2011, holding only paid or incurred medical expenses can be presented to a jury.

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Lauren Nelson
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