Tort/Negligence – Medical Malpractice Claim – Civil Practice – Evidence – Witness Credibility – Lay Witnesses – Witness DepositionManning v. Anagnost At trial, plaintiff repeatedly attacked the defendant-doctor’s testimony that he had personally examined plaintiff’s decedent after she fell. By calling into question the doctor’s credibility, plaintiff opened the door for the doctor to present witnesses who testified as to his character for truthfulness.
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Published: February 22, 2013
Time posted: 5:33 pm