GRETNA, La. - A majority of a Louisiana appeals court found March 26 that a jury's finding that a patient failed to establish the applicable standard of care by a preponderance of the evidence was "clearly wrong," vacating the verdict and subsequent judgment and remanding the medical malpractice lawsuit for a new trial (Rommel Mladenoff v. Louisiana Medical Mutual Insurance Co., et al., No. 13-CA-477, La. App., 5th Cir.; 2014 La. App. LEXIS 811).