Nail v. Oklahoma Childrens Memorial Hosp.
710 P.2D 755, 1985 OK 101, 1985.OK.0040296
In the Superior Court of Pennsylvania
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1 This medical malpractice suit was brought on behalf of a small child, alleging negligence resulting in permanent brain damage. The demurrer of the defendant University of Oklahoma was sustained on the basis of sovereign immunity, resulting in appeal No. 60,091. The remaining defendants (Oklahoma Childrens Memorial Hospital and three physicians) were exonerated by a defendants verdict after ten days of jury trial. Plaintiffs have appealed from the trial courts order overruling their timely filed motion for new trial, that appeal being No. 60,678. The two appeals have been consolidated. We affirm in both.