No. 5403.

417 S.C. 196 (2016)

789 S.E.2d 88

Virginia L. MARSHALL and Todd W. Marshall, Appellants, v. Kenneth A. DODDS, M.D., Charleston Nephrology Associates, LLC, Georgia Roane, M.D., and Rheumatology Associates, P.A., Respondents.

Court of Appeals of South Carolina.

Decided May 4, 2016.

Rehearing Denied August 19, 2016.

Attorney(s) appearing for the Case

Blake A. Hewitt and John S. Nichols , both of Bluestein Nichols Thompson & Delgado, LLC, of Columbia; J. Edward Bell, III , of Bell Legal Group, of Georgetown; and C. Carter Elliott, Jr. , of Elliott & Phelan, LLC, of Georgetown, all for appellants.

James B. Hood , Robert H. Hood , H. Cooper Wilson, III , and Deborah H. Sheffield , all of Hood Law Firm, LLC, of Charleston; and Thomas R. Goldstein , of Belk Cobb Infinger & Goldstein, of Charleston, for respondents Kenneth A. Dodds , M.D. and Charleston Nephrology Associates, LLC.

James E. Scott, IV , D. Jay Davis, Jr. , Perry M. Buckner, IV , Stephen L. Brown , and Russell G. Hines , all of Young Clement Rivers, LLP, of Charleston, for respondents Georgia Roane , M.D. and Rheumatology Associates, P.A.

In this medical malpractice case, Virginia and Todd Marshall (the Marshalls) appeal the circuit court's grant of summary judgment in favor of Dr. Kenneth A. Dodds; Charleston Nephrology Associates, LLC; Dr. Georgia Roane; and Rheumatology Associates, P.A. (collectively "Respondents"). The Marshalls argue the court erred in holding the...

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