Re: (bilateral brachioplasty)
- As a part of the jury on this one I would be in Favor of the
Plaintiff on this one. In my mind she made an effort on her part to
lose weight. It is a well known fact that a person that loses a
large amount of weight does have lose skin.
The errors were on the Defendants part. That is the way I would see
it. I do not know how this works in the medical field; but, if I was
the Doctor I would make the corrections at no cost to the Plaintiff.
I think if the Defendant had been willing to do this it would not be
in court. However, I could be wrong.
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--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Jurydoctor@a... wrote:
> Going to trial in Sept. would love to get your thoughts. You can
> privately if you like.
> Fanny is a 48 year old, obese, white female weighing approximately
> pounds. After losing over 120 pounds on the Atkins diet, theFanny
> in order to have the skin on her upper arms reduced (bilateral
> brachioplasty). The surgery was performed by the Defendant Doctor
> ner. Plaintiff claims this procedure was strictly cosmetic in
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- It took place in Vader, Washington. Apirl 13, 2003 I have the police report.
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