Texas Pattern Jury Charges—General Negligence, Intentional Personal Torts & Workers’ Compensation is intended to assist the bench and bar in preparing the court’s charge in jury cases. It provides definitions, instructions, and questions needed to submit jury charges in actions arising from general negligence, intentional personal torts, and workers’ compensation.
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Summary of Contents
CHAPTER 1 ADMONITORY INSTRUCTIONS CHAPTER 2 BASIC DEFINITIONS IN NEGLIGENCE ACTIONS CHAPTER 3 INFERENTIAL REBUTTAL INSTRUCTIONS CHAPTER 4 BASIC NEGLIGENCE QUESTIONS CHAPTER 5 NEGLIGENCE PER SE CHAPTER 6 INTENTIONAL PERSONAL TORTS CHAPTER 7 THEFT LIABILITY CHAPTER 10 AGENCY AND SPECIAL RELATIONSHIPS CHAPTER 11 TRESPASS CHAPTER 12 NUISANCE CHAPTER 13 ANIMAL INJURY CHAPTER 14 DEFENSES CHAPTER 15 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—BURDEN OF PROOF ON JUDICIAL REVIEW CHAPTER 16 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—EMPLOYMENT CHAPTER 17 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—COURSE AND SCOPE OF EMPLOYMENT CHAPTER 18 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—DEFENSES AND EXCEPTIONS CHAPTER 19 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—OCCUPATIONAL DISEASE CHAPTER 20 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—TIMELINESS OF RESPONDING, FILING, AND DISPUTING CHAPTER 21 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—EXTENT-OF-INJURY DISPUTES CHAPTER 22 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—AVERAGE WEEKLY WAGE CHAPTER 23 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—DISABILITY, MAXIMUM MEDICAL IMPROVEMENT, AND IMPAIRMENT CHAPTER 24 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—SUPPLEMENTAL INCOME BENEFITS CHAPTER 25 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—LIFETIME INCOME BENEFITS CHAPTER 26 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—DEATH BENEFITS CHAPTER 27 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION—ATTORNEY’S FEES CHAPTER 28 PERSONAL INJURY DAMAGES CHAPTER 29 WRONGFUL DEATH DAMAGES CHAPTER 30 SURVIVAL DAMAGES CHAPTER 31 PROPERTY DAMAGES CHAPTER 32 PRESERVATION OF CHARGE ERROR APPENDIX STATUTES AND RULES CITED CASES CITED
DANIEL B. LINEBAUGH, Chair (2018–2020) PAULA KNIPPA, Vice-Chair (2019–2020), Chair (2020-2021) ERIC J. MAYER, Vice-Chair (2018–2019)
RYAN G. ANDERSON W. STEPHEN BENESH MERRITT CLEMENTS ALISON WEBSTER COLVIN LINDA DEDMAN SAMMY FORD, IV JOEY GONZALEZ R. DEAN GRESHAM LAURA LEE HALEY DANIEL D. HOROWITZ, III DONALD KIDD HON. SHARON MCCALLY HON. DARYL MOORE HENRY L. MOORE SEAN MICHAEL REAGAN R. W. (RICKY) RICHARDS HYATTYE O. SIMMONS THAD D. SPALDING MICHAEL L. SPRAIN BRANT JEFFREY STOGNER GISELA D. TRIANA REBECCA VELA TENNESSEE WILSON WALKER NICHOLAS E. ZITO
COMMITTEE ON PATTERN JURY CHARGES—OVERSIGHT, 2018–2021
HON. JANE BLAND, Chair HON. DAN HINDE, Chair HON. ANA ESTEVEZ, Vice-Chair HON. JOHN DEVINE, Supreme Court Liaison
J. ARNOLD AGUILAR BROCK C. AKERS ALEXANDRA W. ALBRIGHT SCOTT ARMSTRONG KIRSTEN M. CASTAÑEDA JAMES DEAN HON. DIANE DEVASTO MICHAEL W. EADY HON. AIDA SALINAS FLORES STEWART W. GAGNON JOHN BLAISE GSANGER MARY T. HENDERSON JAY JACKSON DAVID C. KENT SUSAN R. KLEIN JEFFREY S. LEVINGER H. E. MENDEZ BRIAN MILLER HON. EMILY MISKEL JOYCE MOORE HON. LANA MYERS LADAWN H. NANDRASY SARAH PATEL PACHECO DAN POZZA MICHAEL L. SLACK HON. CATHERINE STONE HON. TIMOTHY SULAK HON. ANDREW A. WRIGHT
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