West Palm Beach, FL—Jurors Friday evening awarded more than $2.5M to the owners and insurer of 21 horses fatally poisoned by a supplement during a 2009 polo championship tourney. Quorum Management v. Franck’s Lab, 2010-CA-009112.
Dr. Richard Mitchell testifies at trial over the death of 21 polo horses who died after being given a compound that contained 100 times the amount of intended Selenium. Plaintiffs, the horses' owners and insurer are seeking more than $4 million from defendants, Franck's Lab, pharmacist Anthony Campbell, and veterinarian James Belden.
West Palm Beach, FL—A veterinarian was not obligated to double-check the ingredients of a prescription supplement that ultimately killed 21 polo horses, a veterinary sports medicine expert told jurors as trial continued in a suit against the compounding pharmacy that produced the supplement and the vet that ordered the prescription. Quorum Management v. Franck's Lab, 2010-CA-009112.
Alvaro Mejer delivers his opening statement in the $4+ million trial for the deaths of 21 polo horses who died after injesting a supplement with toxic levels of Selenium.
West Palm Beach, FL—Attorneys Tuesday sparred over responsibility for the deadly prescription supplement that killed 21 thoroughbred polo horses, as trial opened against the compounding lab and professionals involved with the supplement. Quorum Management, et al. v. Franck’s Pharmacy, 2010-CA-009112.