Ga. Court Nixes New Trial In $46M Brain Damage Suit

Law360 (March 8, 2019, 8:00 PM EST) -- A doctor and a practice group on the hook for a $46 million jury award in a suit over a patient's catastrophic brain injury can't get a new trial to sort out fault allocation after a Georgia appeals court ruled Thursday that the parties should be considered a single wrongdoer.

A three-judge Court of Appeals panel reversed a Fulton County State Court judge's order of a new trial in a suit accusing Stanley Angus and his practice group, Atlanta Women's Specialists LLC, of providing negligent care for Shannon Trabue, who suffered a heart attack three days after delivering a baby in...

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