Juror's Remorse Can't Upend Doc's Win In Ohio Med Mal Case

Law360 (July 23, 2020, 10:25 PM EDT) -- The Ohio Supreme Court on Thursday overruled an intermediate appeals court's decision to grant a new trial in a medical malpractice case because of a juror's remorse about their vote, sending the case back down for consideration of other issues.

The decision came in the case of ReDon Jones, who died of a heart attack in July 2012, about a week after a Cleveland Clinic cardiologist told him he did not have ischemia, or a lack of proper blood flow. Lawyers for Jones' widow, Madora Jones, said a cardiac catheterization would have saved ReDon's life if it had been ordered....

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