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The Doctor Is Not Independent - Preparing Your Client For A Defense Medical Examination

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Date Published

January 16, 2019

Publisher

San Francisco Trial Lawyers Association

Subjects

Defense Medical Examination, Experts

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Summary

An overview of the legal requirements for a compliant demand for medical examination, objections to make and limitations to demand, legal safeguards that are available, recording and others, as well as tips for how to prepare your client for the examination.

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Presenters

Amy Eskin

Amy Eskin is a trial lawyer with over thirty years of experience representing injured people and their families throughout... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

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The Doctor Is Not Independent - Preparing Your Client For A Defense Medical Examination - Paper
The Doctor Is Not Independent - Preparing Your Client For A Defense Medical Examination
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