It is rare for any medical malpractice case to reach a jury. Most are settled or dismissed at earlier stages of litigation. It is even rarer for a medical futility case to reach a jury. But that is happening this month in Milford, Connecticut (Marsala v. Yale-New Haven Hospital, No. AAN-CV12-6010861-S).
- Motion to Preclude Evidence and Argument re Alleged Financial Incentive Concerning Care
- Motion re: DNR Patient Transfer Regulation
- Motion to Preclude Evidence or Argument re Punitive Damages or Attorneys’ Fees
- Motion to Preclude Reference to Murder, Euthanasia, and Killing
- Motion re Defendant’s Financial Incentive to Remove Life Support