Torts — Medical malpractice — Evidence — Trial court did not err in excluding in second trial prior testimony as impeachment evidence upon deeming evidence to be irrelevant and improper for impeachment — Court did not err in admitting testimony of treating physicians after concluding that testimony did not amount to improper expert testimony on standard of care or causation because the opinions rendered were based on the physicians’ personal knowledge, experience, and treatment of plaintiff
45 Fla. L. Weekly D757a
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