Civil LitigationDaniel E. Cummins, The Legal Intelligencer
The 'Mudano' Rule: Conflicting Expert Opinions Often Prove Fatal
A plaintiff's personal injury case can go off the rails when the plaintiff's medical experts offer opinions that conflict with one another. This may typically arise where one expert for the plaintiff opines that a particular injury was caused by the subject accident and yet another expert questions whether the injury is indeed related.
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