|Judge/ District||Case Number & Title||Type of Case||Settlement Demand & Offer||Verdict /Date||Trial/ Deliberation Time||Plaintiff's Attorney||Defendant's Attorney|
Davidson Circuit Court
|98C-2936 Qualls v Vanderbilt University Medical Center||Medical Malpractice - Patient suffered hypoxia when his ventilator ran out of oxygen. Failure to monitor is alleged. Defense contended that plaintiff's oxygen supply was adequate, but that he suffered a sudden cardiac arrythmia as a side effect of alcohol withdrawal.||$5,156,200 after 30% off $7,366,000 for comparative negligence||F. Dulin Kelly and Clinton L. Kelly of Kelly & Kelly (Hendersonville)||Robert Walker and Steve Anderson of Bass, Berry (Nashville)|
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