Successfully defending a medical malpractice case often hinges on the credibility of the medical staff and their details regarding a patient’s treatment. In a 2015 medical malpractice trial over a patient’s debilitating spinal injury, Wade Copeland delivered a compelling argument on credibility to clear a Georgia pain management doctor.
Boston, MA— Jurors heard evidence over whether Philip Morris is responsible for a Massachusetts smoker’s death, as trial began this week against the tobacco giant. Laramie v. Philip Morris, 17CV02240.
A common defense argument in medical malpractice cases is that there was no viable treatment to prevent a patient’s injury. During closings of a med mal trial over the loss of a hospital patient’s leg, Lloyd Bell powerfully counters that argument en route to a 7-figure result.
West Palm Beach, FL— Attorneys this week argued over whether R.J. Reynolds is responsible for the cancer death of a 42-year-old Florida smoker, as trial opened against the tobacco giant. Adamson v. R.J. Reynolds, 2016CA008532.
Miami, FL— Jurors Friday cleared R.J. Reynolds at trial over claims that its role in a decades-long tobacco industry conspiracy led to a Florida woman’s death. Ruiz v. R.J. Reynolds, 08-112-CA-11.