They're under attack, as he notes in Friday's Houston Chronicle: "Personal-injury trial lawyers have leveled the most aggressive and sustained attack on lawsuit reform that we have seen in over a decade. They pushed more than 900 bills this year in an attempt to get the Texas Legislature to roll back lawsuit reforms or create new opportunities to sue."
Richard Weekley on Texas reforms
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