The state Supreme Court last Tuesday asked its Committee on Model Civil Jury Charges to review jury instructions on the substantial factor test in increased-risk medical malpractice cases, saying the wording may be too vague for juries.
In a 5-2 ruling in Reynolds v. Gonzalez, A-9-01, the court also ordered a third trial for a man who is claiming that his permanently damaged foot resulted from a misdiagnosis that could have been properly treated.
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