Asheville medical malpractice attorneys know that sometimes, we start off with a long litany of negligence complaints, and may only be able to proceed with one or two of those. Often, this is still enough to result in ample compensation for our client, whether resolution is ultimately reached in a settlement agreement or at trial.
This is the kind of track that the plaintiffs are on in the case of Peter v. Vullo et al, weighed recently by the North Carolina Court of Appeals.
The case, out of Mecklenburg County, initially resulted in a summary judgment in favor of the doctor defendants. However, the appellate court has reversed in part, allowing that some of the plaintiff's claims should be allowed to proceed.