Decision denying plaintiff's motion to restore and dismissing the Complaint


Injured plaintiff with alleged nerve damage following bariatric surgery moved to restore her case to the trial calendar. Representing two of the defendants, a laparoscopic surgeon and a major metropolitan hospital, Mr. Klonsky opposed plaintiff’s motion to restore, arguing that plaintiff's action should be dismissed as abandoned because she failed to meet the necessary requirements for restoration.

The Hon. Howard Silver agreed with Mr. Klonsky’s arguments, denied plaintiff’s motion to restore, and dismissed plaintiff's action as abandoned.

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