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David E. Camarotto obtained a jury defense verdict in a wrongful death/medical malpractice matter. The plaintiffs alleged that a family practice physician had an obligation to prescribe opioid medications to a new patient and that her decision to refer the patient to the prior prescribers of those medications was negligent and the cause of the patient’s subsequent cardiopulmonary arrest and death. The jury deliberated for less than one hour, and returned a verdict finding no negligence on the part of the physician.
David Camarotto Obtains Medical Malpractice Jury Defense Verdict
David E. Camarotto obtained a jury defense verdict in a wrongful death/medical malpractice matter....
Michael Klutho Receives Award and Presents on Answering Dispute Questions
Michael Klutho recently received the Receivables Professional of the Year Award from Receivables...
Steve Plunkett Obtains Defense Jury Verdict in Skilled Nursing Facility Case
Steve Plunkett received a jury defense verdict in a nursing home trial in Eau Claire, Wisconsin....