West Virginia Supreme Court Reverses Orders Excluding Plaintiff's Causation Experts

CHARLESTON, W.Va. - The West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals ruled Nov. 13 that a trial court judge abuses his discretion when he determines, in the course of disposing of motions in limine, that the opinions of the disputed experts are right or wrong (Deborah Kay Harris v. CSX Transportation Inc., No. 12-1135, W.Va. Sup.; 2013 W.Va. LEXIS 1285).

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