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Wins for both sides in med-mal cases (access required)

A man whose wife died after outpatient plastic surgery can keep his $1.95 million jury award in a Virginia Beach medical malpractice case tried in 2010. Thirty-three hours after the surgery on her breasts and abdomen, the 36-year-old mother of four died from aspiration pneumonia. During deliberations, the jury asked the judge if it could award ...

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