The Personal Injury Trust Fund Transparency Act
Requires that within 90 days after filing an action for
Requires that within 90 days after filing an action for personal injury, the plaintiff must provide to the court and to all parties a statement identifying all personal injury claims the plaintiff has or anticipates filing against a personal injury trust. The defendant may then seek discovery against a personal injury trust identified by the plaintiff, and the plaintiff may not claim privilege or confidentiality to bar discovery.
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