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CYNTHIA L. JOHNSON v. DANIEL C. WURSTER (07/13/79)

SUPERIOR COURT OF PENNSYLVANIA


decided: July 13, 1979.

CYNTHIA L. JOHNSON, APPELLANT,
v.
DANIEL C. WURSTER

No. 1959 Oct. Term 1978, Appeal from Order of the Court of Common Pleas of Lycoming County, dated May 31, 1978, Civil Action, Law.

COUNSEL

Lester L. Greevy, Jr., Williamsport, for appellant.

Ronald C. Travis, Williamsport, for appellee.

Price, Spaeth and Lipez, JJ.

Author: Per Curiam

[ 267 Pa. Super. Page 566]

The lower court was correct in holding that expert testimony was necessary to the plaintiffs' case in malpractice. See Chandler v. Cook, 438 Pa. 447, 265 A.2d 794 (1970); Freed v. Priore, 247 Pa. Super. 418, 372 A.2d 895 (1977). Since the plaintiffs proffered none, the non-suit was properly granted. Therefore we need not consider the question of the correctness of the lower court's rulings with respect to plaintiffs' cross-examination of the defendant and the defendant's witness.

Affirmed.

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