Medical Malpractice

A Prospective Juror Who Shows Bias Must Be Disqualified, And No Deference Is Given To A Judge Who Is Absent From Voire Dire

June 12th, 2018

In Triggs v. Childrens’s Hospital , 2018 WL 2192218, (Pa. Super., May 14, 2018), the Pennsylvania Superior Court found that a prospective juror’s answers to voir dire questions in this medical malpractice case demonstrated bias in favor of the medical profession, and the court gave no deference to the trial judge because the judge was absent from voir dire. 

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Statute of Limitations – Discovery Rule.

August 18th, 2017

The Pennsylvania Supreme Court granted Appellant’s Petition for Allowance of Appeal In Nicolaou v. Martin, (August 18, 2017), on the issue of the discovery rule.

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