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Listenbee Lawsuit Update 3/19/2018

Discussion in 'Scott & Wes Frog Fan Forum' started by Froglaw, Mar 19, 2018.

  1. Pretty sure that if docs clear you to play and you refuse to play the appropriate response is to revoke the scholarship.
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  2. Explain Song then.
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  3. I have a password for the Tarrant County District Courts online. PM me and I will send you the pleadings on file.
  4. We are out of my world here, but if they can find liability against the doctors, medical personnel etc could they tie in the school by an agency theory?

    Not sure how GP would be liable individually, but does he still have to pay for a lawyer?

    How much is it going to cost these other entities to lawyer up and do enough discovery to get to summary judgment?
  5. The case never makes it to trial and Listenbee and his lawyer leave with their tails between their legs imo.
  6. TCU has no duty because private universities, board members, coaches, conferences, athletic staff, and employees cannot practice medicine.

    Also, absent a physician, nurse, or medical facility and patient relationship there can be no duty as a matter of law.

    Chapter 74 of the Texas Civil Practices and Remedies Code is the sole legal vehicle for recovery under a medical malpractice theory in Texas.

    Absent someone physically assaulting KL, there is no legal duty under Texas law.

    The injections and treatment of KL were performed by independent contractors who had licenses to practice medicine or operate a medical facility.

    There is no cause of action in Texas for calling someone a "faker".
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  7. Not an attempt to hijack the thread...but as a retiree, I've had time to go down to the county courthouse and sit through several trials. Watching the process has been extremely interesting, and the time periods when the jury has gone off to deliberate turned into BS sessions between the District Judge and the attorneys. I've been pleasantly surprised at how friendly and informative the lawyers have been when asked questions about their strategy and research. Since the judge is a friend, we generally go to lunch, and that is also an interesting perspective. I wish more people had the time and inclination to watch the legal process in a court; I'm usually the only one watching.
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  8. Does this judge have a rose bowl helmet on the bench?
  9. What does the Crystal Ball say?
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  10. No, he was born and raised in College Station, but did undergrad and law school at UT.
  11. Must be in Tarrant County that this occurred. In Dallas County everyone is typically in cage match mood even in recess, same for Collin County.
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  12. Listenbee sucks popsickles.

    Change my mind.
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  13. This is what my son says. Tarrant County courts and lawyers are typically friendly and collegial. Dallas County courts and lawyers are cut-throat and "Do unto others before they do it unto you."
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  14. I did traffic tickets my first 6 months. Being the rookie I would get the random one off courts that we didn't always go to, frequently in Dallas County. Noone was terribly rude but everyone was off in their own little world, dressed to the 9s but playing on their blackberrys (I just dated myself). The prosecutor in Duncanville gave me a strange look when I went to shake his hand. OTOH you go to most of the Tarrant County Courts it's like old home week, everybody is visiting while they wait their turn. I was like dang they should serve beer, this is a party.
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  15. Better indicator is if he was a defense lawyer prior on the civil side or plaintiff. If he did plaintiff work he he could be a challenge.
  16. ?? I was trying to find out if his friend was a specific judge.
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  17. The Judge is Allan Garrett, 33rd District. Super good guy and extremely fair. We are fortunate to have him as well as 424th District Judge Evan Stubbs and DA Sonny McAfee. All very approachable, friendly, and good guys.
  18. Kinda reminds me of Parker County folks. I love getting cases out there. Plus I get to stop at the Malt shop.
  19. Yep on the Parker County courthouse!! The Malt shop was on the Texas Bucket List show a few weeks ago and the same old lady that has been cooking burgers at that place for 30 years is a hoot.

    All the outside counties are good folks, maybe one grumpy old gut in Johnson County that I can think of off the top of my head. But I do love going to the small counties all over the state and bringing out my East Texas personality.
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  20. Are you talking about one of the County Court at Law Judges? I thought he was going to put me in jail for filing a No Evidence Motion for Summary Judgment on a credit card case. He ultimately ruled in my favor.

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