Quintanilla v. Dunkelman, B171789
In a suit alleging negligent medical care, the apportionment of damages between the defendants is reversed where the trial court improperly used a general verdict form which did not distinguish between medical negligence and informed consent.
- Decided 10/06/2005
- Published 10/06/2005
- California Court of Appeal
- For Appellant:
- Law Offices of Howard A. Kapp and Howard A. Kapp, Beverly Hills, for Plaintiffs and Appellants.
- For Appellees:
- Thelen Reid & Priest, Curtis A. Cole, Fresno, and E. Todd Chayet; Schmid & Voiles and Patrick Mayer for Defendants and Appellants Daniel S. Dunkelman and Cedars Towers Surgical Medical Group., Reback, McAndrews & Kjar, Robert C. Reback, Manhattan Beach, and Melanie Shornick for Defendant and Appellant Ricardo Navas.