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    Jonathan is an Associate with PIB Law and focuses his practice on real estate litigation. Prior to joining PIB Law, Jonathan was an Associate with Hart King, where he focused on real estate litigation and representing real estate ...

The California Court of Appeal for the Second District issued a ruling in Pebley v. Santa Clara Organics, LLC; et al. Case No. B277893, which permits a plaintiff with available medical insurance, who nonetheless elects to treat an injury on a lien basis, to introduce the full amount billed under the lien as evidence of medical damages regardless of the earlier holdings in Haniff and Howell.  The plaintiff may do so even though the same quality of care could be obtained through his or her medical insurance for substantially less.  Of great import, the Pebley Court excluded all evidence of Pebley’s available insurance under the California Evidence Code as likely to be misleading or prejudicial to the jury’s determination

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