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An alert reader read our last post and told us that, just two weeks ago, the Missouri Supreme Court reversed the denial of class certification in a medical monitoring case. Along the way, the court said some nasty stuff about plaintiffs’ ability to recover medical monitoring expenses as an element of damages.
So medical monitoring in the state supreme courts may not be an entirely clean sweep. Here’s a link to that recent Missouri Supreme Court case, Meyer v. Fluor Corp., No. SC87771 (Mo. Sup. Ct. Mar. 20, 2007).