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EX PARTE CRANMAN, 792 SO.2D 392 (ALA. 2000)

University student brought medical malpractice action against physicians who worked at university's health center, among others. The Tuscaloosa Circuit Court, No. CV-96-1014, John H. England, Jr., J., entered summary judgment for physicians. After student died and his father was substituted as plaintiff, father appealed. The Court of Civil Appeals, 792 So.2d 386, affirmed. Father filed petition for certiorari review. On rehearing, the Supreme Court, Lyons, J., held that physicians were not entitled to State-agent immunity. Reversed and remanded.
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