Sheehy, Ware & Pappas Of Counsel, Rebecca Moore, recently co-authored an article on the Eggshell Plaintiff Rule featured in this month’s edition of the The Houston Lawyer Magazine which focuses on Personal Injury Law.
The article brings together both plaintiff and defense perspectives as it relates to “The Eggshell Plaintiff Rule.” Under Texas personal injury law, individuals who cause injury due to their negligence are responsible for all of their victim’s injuries – even those that are unexpected or unforeseen. When defending such claims, various scenarios in which the negligent party may not be wholly liable for the injuries should be taken into consideration. If there is one thing we all have learned during our years of practicing of law, everything is not always black and white. There are shades of gray and nuances to all aspects of a case, leaving us always with arguments to be made which are discussed in the article.
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Ms. Moore focuses her practice on casualty claims arising from allegations of construction defects, premises liability, personal injury and commercial litigation and has extensive experience in insurance litigation involving coverage issues and bad faith claims in both state and federal court.