Verdicts and settlements in New Jersey state and federal courts
...a bowel during a colonoscopy, even though the plaintiff's attorney, Donald Targan, tried and failed to secure affidavits of merit from three doctors certified...
The good-faith standard of the Affidavit of Merit statute's waiver provision does not require a substantive explanation as to why experts in defendant's field refused to supply plaintiff with an opin
...Plaintiffs — Michael Dockterman of Wildman Harrold Allen & Dixon; Peter Bray of Bray Miller...
Where three experts in the medical specialty were identified, but all declined to author an affidavit of merit in favor of plaintiff, a waiver should not have been granted
... Ryan's lawyer, Michael Pender, identified three experts, but all...
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