Torts — Automobile accident — Damages — Past medical expenses — There was sufficient evidence to establish the reasonableness and necessity of medical bills presented to jury — Trial court properly denied defendant’s motion for directed verdict on issue of past medical expenses — Trial court did not abuse discretion by allowing surgeon to testify as expert witness regarding causation and permanency although surgeon had not been disclosed as expert witness as required by pretrial preparation order
43 Fla. L. Weekly D1165a
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