Excluded Expert Opinion Could Not Serve as Basis for Establishing Proximate Cause

In this legal malpractice claim, the plaintiff argued that his expert opinion as to proximate causation were sufficient to establish that element of his claim.  But the Court of Appeals found that the plaintiff’s expert opinion had been excluded by the trial court as unreliable and the plaintiff did not assign error to that ruling in his appellate brief.

Kuzmin v. Schiller

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