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Establishing Adequate Foundation for Expert Opinions in Virginia Products Liability Cases

All Virginia products liability attorneys are well aware that, in order for an expert opinion to be admissible, the opinion must satisfy a number of certain requirements, including the requirement of adequate factual foundation. The Virginia Supreme Court recently reversed a $14 million dollar judgment in Hyundai Motor Co., Ltd., et al. v. Keith Allen Duncan, individually and as the Guardian and Conservator for Zachary Gage Duncan, et al.ΒΈ 2015 Va. LEXIS 3 (full opinion) based on the failure of adequate foundation for the plaintiffs' expert opinion.

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