Offers of Judgment: H.B. 58 (1997)
Establishes that either party rejecting an offer of judgment who
Establishes that either party rejecting an offer of judgment who then receives a final judgment that is at least five percent less favorable than the actual off must pay a percentage of the other party’s reasonable attorney’s fees and court costs based on how long before the trial the offer was made.
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