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Unfortunately, under Texas law, the only way to do this is through a medical expert who has to review those records and if you can prove this fraud through the medical expert then you can seek to still sue for the malpractice, because Texas does recognize that where fraud or some other reason has caused the plaintiff to not be able to discover the malpractice the statute of limitations can be waived. It is a very tough case of course after 20 years and depends wholly on the strength of the medical expert you can get to testify as to the fraud and malpractice.
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