02 Jan Virginia: Medical Malpractice – a Lawyer’s Opinions
On December 29, 2014, Virginia Lawyers Weekly featured “Most Important Opinions: A Recap of January-December 2014”. It highlights 4 medical malpractice opinions obtained by Mr. Waterman across Hampton Roads. Id. at 22-24.
Virginia Lawyers Weekly headlines: “Discovery Ordered for Hospital Risk Manager Notes,” Rauchfuss v. Schultz, an alleged wrongful death case in Newport News (VLW 014-8-063), id. at 22; “Hospital Ordered to Provide Discovery,” Peck v. Riverside Hosp., Inc., a patient fall case in Newport News (VLW 014-8-078), id. at 23; “Discovery Ordered in Nursing Home Patient Fall,” Snovell v. Williamsburg Facility Operations, LLC, a nursing home case in York (VLW 014-8-087), id.; and “Audit Trail Metadata is Discoverable,” Eason v. Sentara Careplex Hosp., another patient fall case in Hampton (VLW 014-8-058). Id. at 24. Also, Virginia Lawyers Weekly headlined another opinion for which Mr. Waterman authored Brief Amicus Curiae and Reply Brief Amicus Curiae for the Virginia Trial Lawyers Association on behalf of the prevailing Administratrix: “Accident Report was Not ‘Learned Treatise’,” Harman v. Honeywell Int’l, Inc., Virginia Supreme Court (VLW 014-6-056). Id.
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