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House 0433: Relating to Negligence ------------------------------------------------------------------

H433     GENERAL BILL by O'Toole; (CO-SPONSORS) Adkins; Grady; Murzin  (Identical
S 0744)
Negligence; Defines terms "negligence action" & "products liability
action"; requires trier of fact to consider fault of all parties to
accident when apportioning damages in products liability action alleging
additional or enhanced injury. EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon becoming law.
12/04/09 HOUSE Filed
12/18/09 HOUSE Referred to Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP); Economic
                  Development & Community Affairs Policy Council; Criminal &
                  Civil Justice Policy Council
03/02/10 HOUSE Introduced, referred to Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP);
                  Economic Development & Community Affairs Policy Council;
                  Criminal & Civil Justice Policy Council -HJ 00042
04/30/10 HOUSE Died in Committee on Civil Justice & Courts Policy (CCJP)


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H 0433 12/04/2009 Web Page | PDF

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