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Fayette County, Kentucky Jury Awards $9.8 Million Dollars in Medical Malpractice Case

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Hans G. Poppe
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In what is typically considered a very conservative venue, last night a Fayette County jury returned the largest medical malpractice verdict of the year in Kentucky.  The jury awarded over $9.8 million to a woman paralyzed following heart surgery.

Louisville attorney James "Bo" Bolus represented the patient and Richard Schiller represented the only doctor that did not settle prior to trial.  You can read more about in the the Lexington Herald Leader article written by Brandon Ortiz.

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