A jury has ruled against the estate of an attorney who they found could have won a fatal medical malpractice case if he did not let the two-year statute of limitations run out.

After two hours of deliberation, the six-person jury in Hartford Superior Court rendered its verdict Thursday in favor of Tina Gonzalez, the mother of 25-year-old Peter Gonzalez. The amount of the settlement Gonzalez received against the estate of Enfield attorney David E. Marmelstein was subject to a pre-arranged confidential agreement reached between the parties prior to trial.

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