Fort Worth court furthers fetus/baby arguments

Barrett, Dan
November 2003
Fort Worth Business Press;11/7/2003, Vol. 16 Issue 43, p31
Discusses the ruling of the Fort Worth Court of Appeals in Texas to rectify some inequities in the wrongful death and survival statutes of the state. Rights of unborn child under Texas tort law; Medical malpractice law in Texas.


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