Block on Trump's Asylum Ban Upheld by Supreme Court
In plaintiff's negligence action against a nurse and the hospital that employed the nurse alleging that he sustained injury after falling from a walker because the nurse placed the plaintiff on the walker and left him unattended, judgment of the trial court is reversed in part where: 1) the question of nurse's alleged negligence for the fall poses a question of common knowledge, and therefore does not require expert opinion testimony; and 2) trial court's judgment that denied plaintiff's attempt to amend his complaint to add causes of action for battery, fraud and elder abuse is affirmed.
Filed December 22, 2009
Opinion by Judge Butz
For Appellant: Michael A. Doran
For Appellee: Kenny, Snowden & Norine and Kelly J. Snowden
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