After $20.5M Verdict in Sleep Center Death Case, Emory Sues Contractor | Court Wire

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Jun 1, 2017 6:18:45 PM

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Almost two years after being smacked with the lion’s share of a $20.5 million verdict for the death of a patient at one of its sleep centers, Emory University is suing the contractor that was responsible for running the facility, according to an article published in theDaily Report.

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Topics: Georgia, Lewis v. Emory Clinic

Watch How a Soda Bottle Helped Secure a $20M Verdict in Fatal Sleep Study Trial | Georgia Video Vault

Posted by Courtroom View Network on Dec 2, 2015 11:23:00 PM


By the time opening statements begin, the average juror has already been overwhelmed with information. Voir dire, instructions from the bench, even the courtroom environment are all new and confusing to many jurors, making it difficult for them to fully understand details delivered in an opening. Under these circumstances, too many charts, models, and graphs intended to explain key terms can, in the wrong circumstances, confuse and distract the overwhelmed juror. Particularly where complex terms and ideas are central to a case, opting for a basic, simple demonstration of a theory can often be a powerful tool. That's the route The Cochran Firm's Jane Lamberti took in explaining the deadly buildup of fluid in a sleep center patient's lungs. 

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Topics: Negligence, Georgia, Video Highlight, Lewis v. Emory Clinic