Written by: Spencer H. Brown
Georgia courts have historically taken a hard stance on collateral source evidence. Defendants have always faced an uphill battle in discussing collateral source issues in trial. Encouragingly, a recent opinion by the Georgia Court of Appeals may signal courts’ softening their stance on this position. Case cite: ML Healthcare Services LLC et al. v. Publix Super Markets Inc., No. 15-13851 (11th Cir. February 7, 2018) We will continue to monitor these issues and analyze how the changing law could benefit our clients and their defenses.
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