Florida’s state courts are the among the most accessible to the electronic news media anywhere in the country. The “Sunshine State” stayed true to its nickname by being a pioneer decades ago in granting news cameras largely unfettered access to public judicial proceedings.
Medical malpractice trials often turn on the testimony of the defendant health care provider. And in an interview with CVN, Searcy Denney’s Ed Ricci and Matt Schwencke detailed how they turned a defendant physician’s own cross-exam testimony against him to win a $4.9 million med mal verdict.
After highlighting 10 “must watch” medical malpractice trials in Courtroom View Network’s trial video library ending in plaintiff verdicts, it’s time to showcase 10 of the most impressive medmal trials in CVN’s archive that ended with defense verdicts.
Courts across the country are slowly showing signs of resuming normal business, but with civil jury trials still at least a few weeks away Courtroom View Network’s online trial video library is the only way for trial attorneys to keep their skills sharp by watching gavel-to-gavel on-demand video of real-world, high stakes civil trials.
Atlanta, GA—Trial is scheduled to open next week against an Atlanta-area dermatologist over skin cancer that cost a Vietnam vet most of his ear. Waldrop v. Payne, et al., 17EV004844.