A woman who claimed an emergency room doctor’s failure to provide prompt treatment for nerve damage caused by a ruptured disk and left her permanently incontinent and unable to work was awarded a post-apportionment verdict of more than $3.1 million by a Gwinnett County jury.

The verdict was for $5.2 million, but the panel apportioned 40 percent of the liability to plaintiff Nicole Hill.

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