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Quentin Brogdon is a personal injury trial lawyer in Dallas, Texas. (Courtesy Photo).

At least 25 states, either through executive orders or state laws have now granted COVID-19 liability protections for health care workers, health care facilities, and nursing homes. Texas should not join them.  It is said that those who do not study history are doomed to repeat it.  How many times must we learn again that when nobody is accountable, nobody is safe? The COVID-19 pandemic should not be used as an excuse to push a longstanding agenda of preventing jurors from holding corporations accountable for causing preventable injuries and deaths.

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