Chaffin v. Eichert et al

Filing 179

JUDGMENT, pursuant to Jury Verdict, in favor of Stephen J. Eichert & Medical Assurance Company Inc. against Cristina Renee Chaffin. The complaint of Cristina Renee Chaffin is dismissed with prejudice. Signed by Chief Judge J. Leon Holmes on 7/21/2011. (jct)

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IN THE UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT EASTERN DISTRICT OF ARKANSAS JONESBORO DIVISION CRISTINA RENEE CHAFFIN v. PLAINTIFF No. 3:09CV00002 JLH STEPHEN J. EICHERT, D.O.; THE MEDICAL ASSURANCE COMPANY, INC.; and JOHN DOE DEFENDANTS JUDGMENT On the 18th day of July, 2011, this action came before the court for a trial by jury. Cristina Renee Chaffin appeared in person and through her attorneys, Michael Noel Watts and Jonathan S. Masters. Stephen J. Eichert appeared in person and through his attorney, Rick T. Beard, III. The Medical Assurance Company, Inc., insurer for Mid-South Neurosurgery, Inc., appeared through its attorney, Paul D. Waddell. All parties announced ready for trial. Ajury oftwelve was duly selected and sworn. After receiving all ofthe evidence and being instructed on the law, on July 20,2011, the jury returned a verdict as follows: (1) On PlaintiffCristina Chaffin's claim against Defendants Stephen Eichert and Mid-South Neurosurgery, Inc., we find in favor of: (circle one) Cristina Chaffin OR Stephen Eichert / Mid-South Neurosurgery Note: If you circled "Stephen Eichert/Mid-South Neurosurgery" on Question (1), then do not answer Question (2), but sign and date the form at the bottom. If you circled "Cristina Chaffin" on Question (1), then answer Question (2). * * * lsi James L. Nowlin Foreperson 7-20-2011 Date Judgment is therefore entered in favor of Stephen J. Eichert and the Medical Assurance Company, Inc., on the claims of Cristina Renee Chaffin. The complaint of Cristina Renee Chaffin is dismissed with prejudice. IT IS SO ORDERED this 21st day of July, 2011. 2

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