The Georgia Supreme Court on Monday affirmed a $46 million medical malpractice verdict for the family of a woman left disabled and brain damaged after childbirth—and refined its guidance for splitting fault between parties in a lawsuit.

“It’s going to be an improvement in apportionment,” said winning plaintiffs attorney Bill Stone of the Stone Law Group. “The apportionment statute was enacted 15 years ago, and we’re still arguing over it.”

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