During direct exam, the way questions are phrased can often make or break the testimony itself. And in analyzing how he and Dan Huff cleared a pair of doctors in an $8 million med mal trial, Huff Powell & Bailey's Scott Bailey detailed the "mock cross-exam" approach that he uses on direct to build credibility and undercut a cross.
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.