Mozzer v. Bush

In Mozzer v. Bush, 11 Conn. App. 434, 438 n.4, 527 A.2d 727 (1987), the plaintiff claimed malpractice for personal injuries that she had allegedly sustained as a result of the negligence of two defendant physicians who purportedly had not properly positioned her right arm during gallbladder surgery, resulting in nerve damage to her arm. The Court sustained the trial court's granting of a directed verdict in favor of the defendants, finding that "the plaintiff had presented no evidence as to what occurred during the surgical procedure and completely failed to identify any specific act of negligence on the part of any person." Id.