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March 22, 2008

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Louis Schepp

You write: "[l]ikely a frustrating decision for the plaintiff in this case." Don't you mean "for the third-party plaintiff?" The plaintiff will get 100% of his damages, if he proves the defendant liable, but the defendant will have to pay 100% of the damages, when they might be just 1% responsible for the accident that caused plaintiff's injuries.

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