NURSE NOT QUALIFIED TO OPINE ON CAUSE OF DEATH, TEXAS CT. SAYS In re Highland Pines Nursing Home Ltd. v. Brabham, No. 12-03-00221-CV, (Tex. App., Tyler Jan. 21, 2004). | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

NURSE NOT QUALIFIED TO OPINE ON CAUSE OF DEATH, TEXAS CT. SAYS In re Highland Pines Nursing Home Ltd. v. Brabham, No. 12-03-00221-CV, (Tex. App., Tyler Jan. 21, 2004). | Secondary Sources | Westlaw

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NURSE NOT QUALIFIED TO OPINE ON CAUSE OF DEATH, TEXAS CT. SAYS

In re Highland Pines Nursing Home Ltd. v. Brabham, No. 12-03-00221-CV, (Tex. App., Tyler Jan. 21, 2004).

An appeals panel in Texas has ordered a trial court to throw out a medical malpractice lawsuit against a nursing home on the ground the plaintiffs' expert, a nurse with more than 50 years' experience, was not qualified to comment on the resident's...
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