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Virginia Medical Malpractice Discovery – a Lawyer’s Rulings

Virginia Medical Malpractice Discovery – a Lawyer’s Rulings

On March 4, 2010, Plaintiff’s three pending Motions were granted at hearing in Marshall v. Moniz, No. CL08-2018 in Circuit Court for York/Poquoson, Virginia. The plaintiff patient alleges medical malpractice and more than $1,000,000.00 in medical bills for which he seeks damages of $12,000,000.00.

First, the judge granted Plaintiff’s Motion to Set Trial Date. The Marshall medical malpractice suit is scheduled for jury trial on the merits during March 28-April 1, 2011, in Yorktown.

Second, he granted Plaintiff’s Motion for Entry of Order. The judge entered Mr. Waterman’s draft Order for the prior hearing on February 9, 2010, for which there is a companion blog in the Marshall medical malpractice case (and of which Order a true copy will be forwarded to you upon request).

Third, the judge granted Plaintiff’s Motion to Compel Deposition of Defendant. Dr. Moniz must submit to discovery deposition in the Marshall medical malpractice proceeding by April 30, 2010.