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Expert Witness : SAMUEL J. HORWITZ MD


Case MICHAEL ZWEIGART v. THEODORE STRIKER, M.D.
Testimony Date January 18, 1991
Expert Type Pediatrics
Court State: Ohio County: Hamilton
Pages 92
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1 State of Ohio,
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2 County of Hamilton.)
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4 IN THE COURT OF COMMON PLEAS

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MICHAEL ZWEIGART,
6 A Minor, et al.,

7 Plaintiffs,

8 vs. Case No. A8409606

9 THEODORE STRIKER, M.D. Judge Winkler

10 Defendant.

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DEPOSITION OF SAMUEL J. HORWITZ M.D.
12 Friday, January 18, 1991

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14 The deposition of SAMUEL J. HORWITZ, M.D.,

15 a witness, called for examination by the

16 Plaintiffs under the Ohio Rules of 'ivil

17 Procedure, taken before me, Diane M, Stevenson,

18 a Registered Professional Reporter nd Notary

19 Public in and for the state of Ohio pursuant to

20 notice and by agreement of counsel, at the

21 offices of Samuel J. Horwitz, M.D., Rainbow

22 Babies and Cbildrens Hospital, 2101 Adelbert

23 Road, Cleveland, Ohio 44106, commeicing at 6:20

24 p.m., the day and date above set fo7th.

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Diane M. Stevenson, RPR, CM
Morse, Gantverg & Hodge

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1 APPEARANCES:

2 On behalf of the Plaintiffs:

3 Howard D. Mishkind, Esq.
Weisman, Goldberg,
4 Weisman & Kaufman Co., LPA
1600 Midland Building
5 Cleveland, Ohio 44115

6 On behalf of the Defendant:

7 Donald W. Darby, Esq.
Jacobson, Maynard,
8 Tuschman & Kalur Co., LPA
2240 Meidinger Tower
9 Louisville, Kentucky 4020',

10 ALSO PRESENT:

11 Jon Jastromb

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Diane M. Stevenson, RPR, CM
Morse, Gantverg & Hodge

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1 MR. MISHKIND: The record

2 should reflect that the plaintiffs n the case

3 of Michael Zweigart, a Minor, et al versus

4 Theodore Striker M.D. are taking th deposition

5 of Dr. Samuel Horwitz.

6 Dr. Horwitz is an expert calle on behalf

7 of the plaintiff, and Dr. Horwitz' eposition is

8 being taken pursuant to notice and or purposes

9 of perpetuating the doctor's testim ny at trial

10 and for use at the arbitration of t is matter

11 and, in fact, that the deposition i pursuant to

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13 To the extent that there are a y defects in

14 notice or service, Mr. Darby, would you

15 accommodate me by waiver of same?

16 MR. DARBY: Yes.

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Diane M. Stevenson, RPR, CM
Morse, Gantverg & Hodge

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1 SAMUEL J. HORWITZ, M.D.

2 A witness, called for examination bl the

3 Plaintiffs, under the Rules, having been first

4 duly sworn, as hereinafter certifie , was

5 examined and testified as follows:

6 DIRECT EXAMINATION

7 BY MR.  MISHKIND;

8 Q. Good evening, Doctor.

9 A. Good evening.

10 Q. Would you