Expert Witness May Not Testify As to Proximate Cause


The Appellate Division has held that an expert witness cannot provide an opinion with regard to proximate cause. In rendering its decision, the Court noted that "proximate cause is a factual issue to be resolved by the jury after appropriate instruction by the trial court."

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Topics:  Car Accident, Expert Witness, Pedestrian Accidents, Proximate Cause

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