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Expert Witness : JEFFREY NORRIS MD


Case CAROL L. FREDERICK V. THE OBERLIN CLINIC
Testimony Date May 14, 1996
Expert Type Orthopedic Surgery
Court State: Ohio County: Lorain
Pages 63
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                State of Ohio,

       2        County of Lorain.

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                           IN THE COURT OF CONMON PLEAS
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                CAROL L. FREDERICK, etc.,
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                          Plaintiff,
       7                                     Case No.
                     VS.                     94 CV 112,225
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                THE OBERLIN CLINIC, INC.,
       9        et al.,

       10                 Defendants.

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       12          CONTINUED DEPOSITION OF JEFFREY NORRIS, M.D.
                               Tuesday, May 14, 1996
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       15            The continued deposition of JEFFREY MORRIS,

       16       M.D., a witness, called for examination by the

       17       Defendants under the Ohio Rules of Civil

       18       Procedure, taken before me, Diane M. Stevenson, a

       19       Registered Professional Reporter and Notary

       20       Public in and for the state of Ohio, by agreement

       21       of counsel, at the office of Jeffrey Morris,

       22       M.D., 23250 Mercantile Road, Beachwood, Ohio,

       23       commencing at 4:40 p.m., the day and date above

       24       set  forth.

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

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       1                MR. CHAMBERLAIN:       Before we begin,
       2       I would like to make a statement on the record,
       3       and it is for Mr. Foerstner's benefit, and to
       4       confirm our earlier conversation.
       5            This is a continuation of Dr. Morris's
       6       deposition.  The questions on the liability and
       7       what Dr. Morris finds to be deviations of the
       8       standard of care have been completely outlined.
       9            And, Jim, you and I have talked about the
       10      fact that I will be objecting throughout  the
       11      course of the deposition to any rehash of that
       12      area in any specific detail, because I think it
       13      has been covered, and by someone from your
       14      o f f i c e .
       15           I understand you are a new lawyer, but this
       16      it is still your same fi