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Ambrose v. Ferro & State Farm

Ambrose v. Ferro & State Farm

March 22, 2019, Low back injury, radiofrequency ablations

Style: Jamie Ambrose v. James J. Ferro & State Farm Mutual Automobile Insurance Company

Venue: Circuit Court, Pasco County, Florida.

Plaintiff, Jamie Ambrose, had been a restrained driver in a vehicle stopped at a red light at the
intersection of U.S. 19 and Moog Road, New Port Richey, Pasco County, Florida. Defendant,
James Ferro, had been the driver of a vehicle that failed to stop, colliding with the rear of
Plaintiff’s vehicle.

Plaintiff alleged she sustained injury to her lumbar spine and underwent radio frequency ablation
with medical expenses totalling over $50,000. Plaintiff sought damages for future medical
expenses as well as past and future pain and suffering in excess of $1,000,000.

Experts testifying for Plaintiff included: Lee Ann Brown, DO, Jay Parekh, DO

Plaintiff denied pre-existing condition.

Experts testifying for Defendant included: Michael Foley, MD, Ananda Som, MD, Peter
Candelora, MD

Defendant argued that Plaintiff presented with pre-existing conditions.

The jury returned a verdict limited to the Emergency Department medical bill in the amount of
$7,442.46, finding no permanent injury had been sustained.

After collateral source offsets, net verdict was zero.

Last modified: April 4, 2019