Texas Pattern Jury Charges—Malpractice, Premises & Products 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 professional malpractice, premises, and products cases.
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Summary of Contents
CHAPTER 50 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE—DEFINITIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, AND PRELIMINARY QUESTIONS CHAPTER 51 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE—THEORIES OF DIRECT LIABILITY CHAPTER 52 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE—THEORIES OF VICARIOUS LIABILITY CHAPTER 53 MEDICAL MALPRACTICE—DEFENSES CHAPTER 60 NONMEDICAL PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE—DEFINITIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CHAPTER 61 NONMEDICAL PROFESSIONAL MALPRACTICE—THEORIES OF RECOVERY CHAPTER 65 PREMISES LIABILITY—DEFINITIONS AND INSTRUCTIONS CHAPTER 66 PREMISES LIABILITY—THEORIES OF RECOVERY CHAPTER 70 PRODUCTS LIABILITY—DEFINITIONS, INSTRUCTIONS, AND PRELIMINARY QUESTIONS CHAPTER 71 PRODUCTS LIABILITY—THEORIES OF RECOVERY CHAPTER 72 JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY CHAPTER 80 PERSONAL INJURY DAMAGES CHAPTER 81 WRONGFUL DEATH DAMAGES CHAPTER 82 SURVIVAL DAMAGES CHAPTER 83 PROPERTY DAMAGES CHAPTER 84 ECONOMIC DAMAGES CHAPTER 85 EXEMPLARY DAMAGES CHAPTER 86 PRESERVATION OF CHARGE ERROR
APPENDIX STATUTES AND RULES CITED CASES CITED SUBJECT INDEX
RESHARD ALEXANDER CHARLES D. BROWN ANDREW J. CAVAZOS CURRY L. COOKSEY HON. DANIEL DOWNEY LEIGHTON DURHAM MICHAEL W. EADY WILLIAM R. EDWARDS, III JACQUELINE FRANKLIN JOHN ALEX HUDDLESTON COYT JOHNSTON MATTHEW J. KITA ALEXANDER KLEIN HON. SCOTT LINK JACK W. LONDON HON. ERIN E. LUNCEFORD AMANDA R. MCKINZIE JAMES L. MITCHELL ANDREW PAYNE TIMOTHY D. RILEY HON. CRAIG SMITH MICHELE YENNIE SMITH MACK J. TRAVERS LAURA M. TRENAMAN CYNTHIA A. VILLANUEVA BRENT R. WALKER GRACE ANN WEATHERLY JASON WEBSTER HON. MELODY WILKINSON
COMMITTEE ON PATTERN JURY CHARGES—OVERSIGHT, 2018–2020
HON. JANE BLAND, Chair HON. DAN HINDE, Chair HON. ANA ESTEVEZ, Vice-Chair HON. JOHN P. 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 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 JOHN BLAISE GSANGER HON. ROBERT SCHAFFER MARY T. HENDERSON MICHAEL L. SLACK JAY JACKSON HON. CATHERINE STONE DAVID C. KENT HON. TIMOTHY SULAK HON. ANDREW A. WRIGHT
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