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Analogous Support for an Expert’s Opinion May Be Sufficient

Malpractice / Professional Liability / September 1, 2016

The Court of Appeals’ opinion in Walters v Falik involves a dental malpractice claim where a dental etching solution (containing phosphoric acid) allegedly resulted in Plaintiff developing an auto-immune disease, Wegener’s Granulomatosis.  Liability was not an issue on appeal, but rather only the trial court’s conclusion that Plaintiff’s expert’s opinion on causation was not supported by sufficient data and reliable scientific principles (MRE 702)….


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