Monthly Archives: April 2010

What happens when an expert contradicts himself?

Every medical malpractice  lawyer has this recurrent nightmare: You bring a case to trial with all the ducks in a row. Your expert gave a great deposition.  Then he gets up on the stand and turns to jello.  He contradicts … Continue reading

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Moving target.

Atlanta Hyperbaric is changing and so is this blog.  For now, at least, I want to wear my lawyer’s hat and discuss legal topics.  My law practice is inextricably intertwined with medical issues anyway–what a surprise. The law is a … Continue reading

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