Medical Liability Reform- Collateral Source Rule: H.B. 2292 (2006)
Provided for the admissibility of evidence that the plaintiff has
Provided for the admissibility of evidence that the plaintiff has already been compensated for the injury from any source except for the assets of the plaintiff, plaintiff’s representative, or the plaintiff’s immediate family. Plaintiff may also present evidence of an obligation to repay any compensation.
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