Medical Liability Reform- Frivolous Lawsuits: H.B. 2292 (2006).
Provided that an attorney filing a claim must certify that
Provided that an attorney filing a claim must certify that to the best of the party’s or attorney’s knowledge, the claim is well grounded in fact and is warranted by existing law or good faith arguments. If an attorney is found in violation of this rule, the court may impose an appropriate sanction to include an order to pay defendant costs, including a reasonable attorney fee.
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