A plaintiffs firm that took a “blood bath” in a medical malpractice case had no business asking its expert witness to prove the reasonableness of his fees, a New Jersey appeals court ruled on Tuesday.

The result is that Roseland, N.J.’s Nagel Rice, which claims to be out of pocket more than $100,000 in the losing cause, will have to shell out another $5,950.

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