I’ll be back later tonight, with some legal analysis, but this is extremely good news for Mrs. Glynn. Here is the crux of it — and the full 22 page opinion, as a PDF file.
. . . .Presently before the Court is Defendant’s Omnibus Daubert Motion to exclude the expert testimony of Dr. Charles N. Cornell (“Dr. Cornell”), Dr. Michael J. Klein (“Dr. Klein”), Dr. David Madigan (“Dr. Madigan”), and Dr. Cheryl Blume (“Dr. Blume”) as well as a motion to exclude the causation testimony of the treating physicians — Dr. Robert Busch (“Dr. Busch”), Dr. Robert Lindsay (“Dr. Lindsay”), Dr. Frederick Fletcher (“Dr. Fletcher”), and Dr. Britton Limes (“Dr. Limes”) [docket # 28]. This Court heard oral argument on February 21, 2013 and April 2, 2013. For the reasons outlined below, the Motion is denied as to Drs. Cornell, Klein, Madigan, and Blume. The treating physicians’ causation testimony will not be excluded if their opinions are based on their treatment and care of Mrs. Glynn. . . .
So stay tuned.