Lawyers' Guide to Medical Proof

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Find out how to use medical evidence from the case to sway the jury in your client's favor with Lawyers' Guide to Medical Proof - the authoritative resource for practical, down-to-earth advice on the psychology of a personal injury trial.

Updated twice a year with new chapters on the latest advances in courtroom strategies, Lawyers' Guide to Medical Proof provides comprehensive, current medical information written specifically for personal injury lawyers like you. It offers new insight on how to gather expert witnesses, examine reports of events that cause the injury, and acquire the basic medical background you need to effectively develop your case. Plus, you have quick reference to:

•  Medico-legal terminology
•  Medical procedures and technology
•  Cross-examinations drawn from actual cases
•  Impeachments of expert testimony
•  A database of experts on topics ranging from sports injury to biomechanics and neurological examinations

First published in 1967.


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VOLUME 1



PART 1 HOW THE LAWYER MUST LOOK AT MEDICINE: A BASIC ORIENTATION

CHAPTER 101 The Courtroom Search for “Medical Truth”

CHAPTER 102 The Doctor as the Opinion Tool

CHAPTER 103 Source of Medical Knowledge: The Medical Literature

CHAPTER 104 The Medical Specialties

CHAPTER 105 The Roots of Medical Vocabulary

CHAPTER 106 Medical Acronym and Abbreviation: Short-Cutting the Medical Vocabulary

CHAPTER 106A Trial Lawyers’ Guide to Generic Pharmaceuticals

CHAPTER 106B Glossary of Medical Instruments

CHAPTER 107 Standardized Classification Systems of Terminology, Procedures and Severity

CHAPTER 108 Using the Medical Records to Establish the Parameters of Your Medico-Legal Case

CHAPTER 109 Fraudulent Medical Records

CHAPTER 109A Altered Medical Records: The Document Examiner on the Witness Stand

CHAPTER 110 Translating the Medical Dialect: Operation Record

CHAPTER 111 Translating the Medical Dialect: Discharge Summary

CHAPTER 112 The Neuropsychological Evaluation Report

CHAPTER 113 Independent Medical Witness' Records Excluded from Exhibits

CHAPTERS 114--117 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 118 Using Medical Learned Treatises as Substantive Evidence

CHAPTER 119 Case Evaluation: Using Biomechanical Experts to Assess the Value of a Potential Lawsuit

CHAPTER 120 Analyzing, Evaluating and Planning Your Medico-Legal Case

CHAPTER 121 Stating the Theory of Your Case

CHAPTER 122 Data Base for the Theory of Your Case

CHAPTER 123 Nail Down Your Medical Claims

CHAPTER 124 Analyzing, Evaluating and Planning Your Wrongful Death Case: The Autopsy Protocol (Report)

CHAPTER 125 Biomechanical Analysis of Autopsy Findings in Wrongful Death Case from Three-Impact Crash

CHAPTER 126 Finding and Retaining Expert Witnesses

CHAPTER 127 Medical Malpractice Under the Federal Tort Claims Act--Failure to Diagnose Craniopharyngioma



PART 2 THE CLINICAL PICTURE: SEARCH FOR A DIAGNOSIS

CHAPTER 200 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 201 The Medical History

CHAPTER 202 The Physical Examination



VOLUME 2



PART 3 THE NEUROLOGICAL SIGNS

CHAPTER 203 The Importance of thorough Clinical Examination in Cases of Low Back Pain: Using the Examination Report to Confirm Injury and Establish Severity

CHAPTERS 204--209 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 210 Courtroom Use of Medical History: Inept Technique

CHAPTER 211 Courtroom Use of Medical History In Hypertension Case: “Before and After” Posture

CHAPTER 212 Proving “Pain” with the Medical History

CHAPTER 213 Using Medical History to Establish Legal Proximate Cause

CHAPTER 214 Presenting the Medical History and Physical Examination Report: Keeping it Interesting

CHAPTERS 215--299 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 300 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 301 The Neurological Examination

CHAPTER 302 The Cranial Nerves

CHAPTER 303 Mental Status Examination

CHAPTER 304 Converting the Neurological Examination into Tools of Courtroom Proof

CHAPTER 305 The Neurologist in Court: A Witness of Glamour--A Low Back Case

CHAPTER 306 The Neurologist in Court: Cranial Nerve Injury

CHAPTER 307 Injuries to the Cranial Nerves

CHAPTER 308 Spinal Cord Conditions

CHAPTER 309 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 310 The Negative Neurological Examination: Defendant’s Use in Soft Tissue Cases

CHAPTER 311 Smothering the Neurological Report

CHAPTER 312 The Neurological Report: Doctor, What Does That Mean?

CHAPTERS 313--319 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 320 Workers’ Compensation Hearing: Defendant’s Combination of History and Physical and Neurological Examinations to Negate Work-Related Medical Residuals

CHAPTER 321 Claimant’s Compensation Appeal: Treatment for Work Injury, Residuals Curative or Palliative

CHAPTER 322 Permanent Nerve Injury from Norplant Rods Insertion and Standards of Care

CHAPTERS 323--399 [RESERVED]



PART 4 CLINICAL LABORATORY MEDICINE

CHAPTER 400--401 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 401 Clinical Laboratory Organization and Procedures

CHAPTER 402 Hematology: Using Elevated White Blood Count To Prove Infection and Sustain Permanent Residuals of Intestinal Adhesions

CHAPTER 403 Blood Bank: Blood Transfusion Accident Causing Woman’s Inability to Bear Children

CHAPTER 404 Bacteriology and Antibiotics: Using Laboratory Report on Bacteriology to Prove Cause of Death in Automobile Accident Wrongful Death

CHAPTER 405 Serology: Latent Medical Residuals As Direct and Probable Sequalae of Precipitating Injury

CHAPTER 406 Liver Function Tests

CHAPTERS 407--409 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 410 The Medico-Legal Status of DNA

CHAPTER 411 Voir Dire for Admissibility of DNA Evidence

CHAPTERS 412--499 [RESERVED]



VOLUME 3



PART 5 DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING

CHAPTER 500 Efforts to Look Inside a Live Body

CHAPTER 501 DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: What Can and Cannot Be Seen by X-Ray

CHAPTER 502 DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: The X-ray Contrast Media: Myelography

CHAPTER 503 Special Imaging Techniques: Tomography and Stereoscopy

CHAPTER 504 Affirmative Use of the Negative X-Ray

CHAPTER 505 Defendant's Radiologist: Proving that Accident Did Not Aggravate Pre-Existing Spondylolisthesis

CHAPTERS 506--509 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 510 Diagnostic Nuclear Medicine

CHAPTERS 511--514 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 515 DIAGNOSTIC IMAGING: MEDICO-LEGAL POTENTIALS OF ULTRASOUND

CHAPTERS 516--519 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 520 Diagnostic Imaging: Thermography

CHAPTER 521 Courtroom Use of Tele-Electronic and Black-and-White Thermography

CHAPTER 522 Functional Brain Imaging in the Post-Daubert Courtroom

CHAPTERS 523--529 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 530 Arthroscopy

CHAPTER 531 Knee and Shoulder Injury: Multiple Test and Knee Arthroscopy

CHAPTER 532 Problems of Proof: Failure to Scope Esophagus

CHAPTERS 533--599 [RESERVED]



PART 6 ELECTRODIAGNOSIS

CHAPTER 600 The Electrical Components

CHAPTER 601 The Electrocardiograph(EKG)

CHAPTER 602 The Electroencephalogram (EEG)

CHAPTER 603 Electromyography (EMG)

CHAPTERS 604--699 [RESERVED]



PART 7 THE PSYCHOLOGICAL TESTS

CHAPTER 700 Clinical Psychology and Psychological Testing and Assessment

CHAPTER 701--702 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 703 Psychological Tests: Personality

CHAPTER 704 Neuropsychological Assessment of Brain Impairment

CHAPTER 705 Neuropsychological Tests for Brain Injuries: General Considerations

CHAPTER 706 Halstead-Reitan Neuropsychological Battery



VOLUME 4



PART 8 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 707 The Luria-Nebraska Neuropsychological Battery

CHAPTER 708 Brain Injury Assessment: Other Specific Tests

CHAPTER 709 Courtroom Conversion of Psychological Evidence

CHAPTER 710 Wrongful Death: The Psychological Autopsy

CHAPTER 711 The Psychiatrist’s Testimony: Explaining Traumatic Amnesia

CHAPTER 712 Traumatic Brain Damage: Damages, Rehabilitation, and Litigation Issues

CHAPTER 713 Proving Damage to the Personality

CHAPTER 714 Psychiatrist’s Report: Employment Harassment Case

CHAPTER 715 Psychologist’s Testimony: Vocational Assessment of Accident-Related Stroke Victim

CHAPTER 716 Deposing Mental Health Experts on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

CHAPTER 717 Brain Fingerprinting: Inventorying a Subject's Memory

CHAPTER 800 [RESERVED]



PART 9 SELECTING THE DIAGNOSIS

CHAPTER 900 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 901 The Doctor’s Thinking Processes

CHAPTER 902 Doctors as Diagnosticians: Diagnosing Arthritis

CHAPTER 903 Causation

CHAPTERS 904--909 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 910 Diagnosing The Malingerer: The Lawyer’s Problem

CHAPTER 911 Proving the Diagnosis: The Difficulty in Establishing Shaken Baby Syndrome

CHAPTERS 912--999 [RESERVED]



PART 10 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1000 [RESERVED]



PART 11 THE PHYSICAL MECHANISMS OF TRAUMA

CHAPTER 1100 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1101 Specific Entities: Serious Neck Injury (SNI)

CHAPTER 1102 Specific Entities: Cervical Whiplash: Tactical Use of the Video Deposition

CHAPTER 1103 Specific Entities: Cervical Whiplash: The Chiropractor as Your Main "Medical" Expert

CHAPTER 1104 Specific Entities: The Silicone Implant “Crisis”

CHAPTER 1105 Mechanism of Nerve Injury from Injection of Colchicine

CHAPTER 1106 Specific Entities: Temporomandibular Joint Disorders

CHAPTERS 1107--1199 [RESERVED]



PART 12 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1200 [RESERVED]



PART 13 PRE-TRIAL ACTIVITIES

CHAPTER 1300 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1301 Written Interrogatories Medical Malpractice Case

CHAPTER 1302 Deposing the Medical Witness

CHAPTER 1303 Deposing the Doctor-Defendant

CHAPTER 1304 Benefits and Dangers Inherent in Conducting Depositions: Deposition of Obstetrician Regarding Decision to Forego Caesarean Section on Breach Delivery

CHAPTER 1305 Settlement--Conference and Brief


VOLUME 5



PART 14 THE RELATED MEDICAL SPECIALTIES

CHAPTER 1306 The Settlement Conference Brief: Multi-Party, Complex Case

CHAPTERS 1307--1309 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1310 Protecting Your Own Witnesses at Deposition

CHAPTERS 1311--1314 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1315 Trial Brief on the Medical Facts

CHAPTERS 1316--1319 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1320 Deposing the Medical Witness

CHAPTER 1321 “Telejustice”: Expert Testimony Using Live Video Conferencing

CHAPTER 1322 $2.6 Million Verdict for Burn Injuries

CHAPTER 1323 Representing Clients Injured Due To Their Participation in Medical Research

CHAPTERS 1324--1399 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1400 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1401 Forensic Toxicology

CHAPTER 1402 Lead Poisoning

CHAPTER 1403 Scientifically Identifying Controlled Substances

CHAPTER 1404 The Case History Report: Organic Mental Disorder Secondary to Solvent Exposure

CHAPTER 1405 Use of Expert Testimony Relating to Sports and Recreational Injuries

CHAPTER 1406 Failure of an Infant Incubator in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit Testimony of the Defendant’s Engineering Expert

CHAPTER 1407 Handling the Food-Borne Illness Case

CHAPTER 1408 Examining the ENT Report

CHAPTER 1409 Pharmaceutical Products Liability: Can a Tetanus Vaccine Cause Guillain-Barre Syndrome?

CHAPTER 1410 Toxic Torts: Medical and Scientific Evidence for the Plaintiff’s Case



PART 15 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1500 [RESERVED]



PART 16 PREPARING FOR TRIAL: CONVERTING MEDICINE’S TOOLS INTO COURTROOM TOOLS

CHAPTER 1600 Preparing the Medical Expert for Trial

CHAPTER 1601 The Medical Report: When to Keep It Brief

CHAPTER 1602 The Medical Report: When to Use a Long Form

CHAPTER 1603 Making the Most of the Medico-Legal Report: Quantifying Damages

CHAPTER 1604 Defendant’s Medico-Legal Medical Report: Partisan Argument Against Medical Causation

CHAPTER 1605 Toxico-Legal, Toxicological Medical Report: Neuropsychological Assessment After Organic Solvent Exposure

CHAPTER 1606 Making Your Medical Witness Believable: Voir Dire

CHAPTER 1607 Analyzing the Emergency Department Record: Uncovering Facts and Avoiding Costly Mistakes

CHAPTERS 1608--1609 RESERVED

CHAPTER 1610 Deposition: Your Chief Pre-Trial Exploratory Tool

CHAPTER 1611 Deposing an Expert Witness in a Psychotherapeutic Malpractice Case

CHAPTERS 1612--1699 [RESERVED]



PART 17 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 1700 [RESERVED]



PART 18 ALTERNATIVE DISPUTE RESOLUTION (ADR)

CHAPTER 1800 Quickness, But with Justice for All

CHAPTER 1801 Medico-Legal Theory of the Case

CHAPTER 1802 Claimant’s Written Statement

CHAPTER 1803 Claimant’s Written Statement: Proving Damages for Psychological Residuals--“Zone of Danger”

CHAPTER 1804 Claimant’s Statement: Where The Only Question Is Extent of Medical Residuals and Disability Evaluation

CHAPTER 1805 Digging Out the Medical Facts: Arbitrators/Mediators Won't Read Handwritten Medical Notes or Plow Through Unorganized Typed Pages

CHAPTER 1806 Claimant’s Statement: The Notebook Approach

CHAPTER 1807 ADR Depositions: Need For A Carefully Planned Format

CHAPTER 1808 ADR: Combining Doctor’s Medical Report with Opponent’s Deposition to Achieve Persuasive Advocacy

CHAPTER 1809 ADR: Plan Deposition to Preserve Testimony for ADR Use

CHAPTER 1810 Converting Doctor’s Medico-Legal Report into Persuasive Claimant's Statement: Disability from Chemical Exposures at Work

CHAPTER 1811 Converting the Non-Examining Doctor's Report: Wrongful Death (Suicide)

CHAPTERS 1812--1899 [RESERVED]



PART 19 WORKERS’ COMPENSATION

CHAPTER 1900 [RESERVED]
  
CHAPTER 1901 Back Injury at Work from Operating Heavy Equipment

CHAPTER 1902 Claimant’s Successful Treatment Proves Work Injury

CHAPTER 1903 Cross Examination Of Employer’s Panel Witness on One-Time Evaluation of Industrial Injury

CHAPTERS 1904--1999 RESERVED



PART 20 EFFECTIVE ADVOCACY

CHAPTER 2000 Courtroom Goal: To Involve and Entertain the Jury

CHAPTER 2001 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2002 Effective Examination of Treating Physician: Comminuted Fracture of Distal Radius

CHAPTER 2003 Putting Defense Witness to Work for the Plaintiff: Testimony of Obstetrical Expert in Case Involving Avoidable Premature Birth

CHAPTERS 2004--2099 [RESERVED]



PART 21 OPENING STATEMENT

CHAPTER 2100 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2101 Prologue to the Play

CHAPTER 2102 Defendant’s Opening Statements

CHAPTER 2103 Opening Statement: Overcoming Hurdle of Legal Proximate Cause

CHAPTERS 2104--2199 [RESERVED]



VOLUME 6



PART 22 FINAL ARGUMENT

CHAPTER 2200 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2201 Scripting the Case

CHAPTER 2202 Final Argument: Showing Proximate Cause

CHAPTER 2203 Arguing for Adequate Damages: The Long Argument

CHAPTER 2204 Defendant’s Effort to Mitigate Damages: Where Liability Must Be Admitted

CHAPTER 2205 Plaintiff’s Rebuttal Argument: The Time for Righteous Indignation

CHAPTER 2206 Arguing for Adequate Damages: The Short, “Uncomplicated” Argument

CHAPTER 2207 Plaintiff’s Final Argument: Precipitation of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) By Slip-and-Fall

CHAPTER 2208 Defendant’s Final Argument: “Coincidence?”

CHAPTER 2209 Plaintiff’s Rebuttal Argument: Keep It Short and Indignant!

CHAPTER 2210 Defendant’s Final Argument: Confuse! Confuse! Confuse!

CHAPTER 2211 Plaintiff’s Rebuttal Argument: A Matter of Credibility

CHAPTER 2212 Plaintiff’s Final Argument: Wrongful Death: Costing Out A Human Being at $3.2 Million

CHAPTER 2213 Plaintiff’s Rebuttal Argument: Dramatic Use of Demonstrative Aids and Word Images

CHAPTER 2214 Plaintiff’s Final Argument: Plaintiff Has No Duty To Submit to Major Surgery

CHAPTER 2215 Plaintiff’s Rebuttal: Send Out the Jury with Your “Text” Ringing in Their Ears

CHAPTER 2216 Plaintiff’s Final Argument: Demonstrative Aids to Fortify Diagnosis

CHAPTER 2217 Defendant’s Final Argument: Demonstrative Aids To Confuse Diagnosis

CHAPTER 2218 Plaintiff’s Final Argument: Using Ridicule to Meet Defendant’s Canned, Stock Defense--and a “Lying” Doctor

CHAPTERS 2219--2299 [RESERVED]



PART 23 PLAINTIFF'S CASE-IN-CHIEF (MAIN CASE)

CHAPTER 2300 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2301 The Dual Medical Residual Case: Amputation Plus Painful Phantom Limb

CHAPTER 2302 Meshing the Testimony of Several “Medical Witnesses”: Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (Syndrome) Case

CHAPTER 2303 Lead-Off Medical Witness: How to Combine Anatomy, Pathology, Treatment, Disability, and Causation-Loss of Eye

CHAPTER 2304 Laying the Foundation: The Testimony of Your Adverse Party

CHAPTER 2305 Special Problems with the Totally Disabled Plaintiff: The Quadriplegic

CHAPTER 2306 Special Problems of Proof: Handling the Child Plaintiff-Witness

CHAPTERS 2307--2399 [RESERVED]



PART 24 DEFENDANT’S CASE-IN-CHIEF (MAIN CASE)

CHAPTER 2400 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2401 The Affirmative Posture: Plaintiff Is An Exaggerator, Perhaps Malingerer

CHAPTERS 2402--2499 [RESERVED]



PART 25 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2500 [RESERVED]



PART 26 SPECIAL COURTROOM TOOLS: NURSES AS WITNESSES

CHAPTER 2600 Nurse’s Testimony: Neglected Medico-Legal Tool

CHAPTER 2601 Nurse’s Testimony: To Show Patient’s Failing Condition

CHAPTER 2602 Nurse’s Testimony: Deposing the Nurse

CHAPTER 2603 Nurse’s Testimony: Failure to Adequately Monitor Patient in Medical Malpractice Case

CHAPTER 2604 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2605 The Physical Therapist: Defendant’ Deposition to Show Ability to Return to Work in Workers’ Comp Case

CHAPTER 2606 The Legal Nurse Consultant: Case Management and Trial Preparation

Chapters 2607--2699 RESERVED



VOLUME 7



PART 27 PERSUASIVE NON-VERBAL COURTROOM TECHNIQUES

CHAPTER 2700 Motion, Flow, Action and Visual Aids

CHAPTER 2701 Showing the Anatomy and Pathology: Loss of Eye

CHAPTER 2702 Showing the Anatomy and Pathology: Scalenus Anticus Syndrome

CHAPTER 2703 Showing Anatomy and Physiology: High Tech

CHAPTERS 2704--2709 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2710 Courtroom Demonstrations of Medical Residuals: Plan Them Carefully!

CHAPTER 2711 Animation in the Courtroom



PART 28 SPECIAL COURTROOM TOOLS: PROVING FINANCIAL LOSS

CHAPTER 2800 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2801 Proving Damaged Employability

CHAPTER 2802 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2803 The Econometrician (Economist): Proving Economic Impairment

CHAPTER 2804 Converting the Economist’s Report Into Courtroom Proof: Abbreviated Approach

CHAPTER 2805 Converting the Economist’s Report Into Courtroom Proof

CHAPTER 2806 Rehabilitation Expert to Prove Loss of Future Earnings for the Plaintiff Without Earnings History

CHAPTER 2807 Use of Rehabilitative and Vocational Experts to Prove Present Value of Loss of Earnings and Future Rehabilitation

CHAPTERS 2808--2899 [RESERVED]



PART 29 QUESTION-ANSWER TECHNIQUE

CHAPTER 2900 The Lawyer’s Prime In-Court Tool

CHAPTER 2901 Model Question-Answer Technique in Workers’ Compensation Hearing

CHAPTER 2902 Short, Snappy Questions in Deposition: Workers’ Compensation Case

CHAPTER 2903 Deposition Technique in Pharmaceutical Products Liability Case: Valvular Abnormalities and Abnormalities of the Heart Associated With Use of “Fen-Phen“

CHAPTER 2904 [RESERVED]

CHAPTER 2905 Question-Answer Technique: Fuzzy, Vague Questions Lead to Same Type of Presentation

CHAPTER 2906 89 Transcript Pages of Mush: The Importance of Focus

CHAPTERS 2907--2999 [RESERVED]



PART 30 IMPEACHMENT

CHAPTER 3000 Impeachment Goals

CHAPTER 3001 Cross Examination: Major Goal: Narrow the Conflict

CHAPTER 3002 Cross Examiner’s Two Cardinal Sins: What Not To Do

CHAPTER 3003 Cross-Examination: The Non-Treating Doctor

CHAPTER 3004 Cross Examination of Examining Physician: Impeaching Witness Who Performed “Incomplete” Physical Examination

CHAPTER 3005 Cross Examination: Possible Performance Errors

CHAPTER 3006 Cross-Examination: “Buying” the Doctor’s Testimony

CHAPTER 3007 Cross-Examination: Prior Inconsistent Statement

CHAPTER 3008 Cross-Examination: The Patient’s Subjective Responses

CHAPTER 3009 Cross Examination: Differences of Medical Opinion

CHAPTER 3010 Cross-Examination: Inadequate Differential Diagnosis

CHAPTER 3011 Cross-Examination: Transforming the Hostile “Paid Gun” into Your Own Witness: Cross-Examination by Leonard Decof

CHAPTER 3012 Cross-Examination: Using the Medical Literature

CHAPTER 3013 Cross-Examination: Laying the Foundation To Impeach on Altered Medical Records

CHAPTER 3014 Cross Examination: The Doctor Who Lies About His American Board Examinations

CHAPTER 3015 Cross Examination: The Over-Specialized “Hybrid” Witness Who Examines One Time Only



PARTS 31--39 [RESERVED]

CHAPTERS 3016--3999 [RESERVED]



PART 40 REHABILITATING YOUR MEDICAL WITNESS

CHAPTER 4000 Rehabilitation Goals

CHAPTER 4001 Opening the Door by Ineffective Efforts at Rehabilitation

CHAPTER 4002 The Credentialed Expert as Ineffective Witness: How a Prominent Prostate Cancer Specialist Lost a Case for the Plaintiff

CHAPTERS 4003--4999 [RESERVED]

INDEX