Magistrate Judge Precludes Expert Opinions On Damages In Medical Malpractice Suit

(October 25, 2016, 1:40 PM EDT) -- NEW YORK — A neurologist, a psychologist, an economist and a school principal may not testify as to damages from the loss of the role of an orthodox, Hasidic mother, a New York federal magistrate judge ruled Oct. 20, but he allowed the psychologist and economist to testify about the loss of household services that was experienced as a result of the mother’s death (Arnold Hersko, individually and as administrator of the estates of Rochel Hersko and Arnold Hersko v. United States of America, et al.,...
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