Virginia: Medical Malpractice – A Lawyer’s Risks

Virginia: Medical Malpractice – A Lawyer’s Risks

By pre-trial Order on February 6, 2017, Stafford County Circuit Court granted Plaintiff’s Motions in Limine in the medical malpractice case of Locasio v. Raley, No. 13-1356, 2016 WL 543462. The judge ruled that Defendant shall not introduce evidence, argument or reference: (1) to raw statistical data or collateral patients; (2) to vascular injury being a known risk of PLIF surgery; (3) to the informed consent process; or (4) to Plaintiff’s health insurance collateral source payments, or liability insurance. Id. at 2.