Union Pacific Railroad Company v. Nami, 498 S.W.3d 890 (Tex. 2016)

Persuaded the Texas Supreme Court to reverse a $752,000 judgment on a jury verdict and hold that under the doctrine of ferae naturae, a railroad had no duty to prevent its employee from contracting a mosquito-borne illness.

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