Anderson v. Moore – Case Brief Summary (Nebraska)

In Anderson v. Moore, 202 Neb. 452, 460, 275 N.W.2d 842, 847 (1979), the court held that the plaintiff had failed to produce sufficient evidence on the question of the standard of care in that his expert testified only that particular procedures should have been undertaken at "'appropriate intervals.'"

The expert did not testify and no evidence was introduced as to what constituted appropriate intervals, which left that decision to the discretion of the treating physician.