Perry v. Berkley, 445, 2009
In an action for personal injuries as a result of a three-car accident, dismissal of the action is affirmed where the trial court properly excluded in part plaintiff's expert's testimony because the expert did not have a correct understanding of the facts of the case, thereby completely undermining the foundation of his expert opinion and not merely his credibility.
- Submitted 04/13/2010
- Decided 05/12/2010
- Published 05/12/2010
- HOLLAND, Justice., Before STEELE, Chief Justice, HOLLAND and RIDGELY, Justices.
- Supreme Court of Delaware
- For Appellant:
- Michael I. Silverman, Esquire, Silverman McDonald & Friedman, Wilmington, Delaware, for appellant.
- For Appellees:
- Colin M. Shalk, Esquire (argued), Joshua H. Meyeroff, Esquire, Casarino Christman Shalk Ransom & Doss, P.A., Wilmington, Delaware, for appellees, Kristin M. Berkley and Marie M. Rinehart.