Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors
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Exposing Deceptive Defense Doctors gives you tactics, questions, arguments, and forms from a lawyer who has made a specialty out of deposing defense doctors for other attorneys. This book will enable you to reveal dishonesty, bias, over-reaching, and incompetence by defense doctors in multiple specialties.
Some defense doctors manipulate exams and spin the science. Luckily, their defenses are quite predictable, and can be readily dealt with once you learn how to recognize and counter them. Dorothy Clay Sims explains how, revealing the games DMEs play and showing you proven techniques and questions for making juries angry at the misrepresentation. This book exposes DME defense tactics, explains where they are vulnerable, provides citations to the underlying research, and then gives you the exact questions to use in depositions and trial examinations to exploit the weaknesses in DME testimony.
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Table of contents
Diagnosing the Doctor
What to Do Before and After the Defense Medical Exam
What to Do Before, During, and After the Deposition
Cross-Examination at Trial
Junk Defenses to Psychiatric/Neuropsychiatric Conditions
Debunking Claims of Exaggeration and Malingering
Cross-Examination and Depression
Cross-Examination and PTSD
Cross-Examination and Somatoform Disorder
Cross-Examination and Traumatic Brain Injury
Cross-Examining the Psychologist, Neuropsychologist and Psychiatrist
Cross-Examining Neurologists, Orthopedists and PMR Doctors
Cross-Examination of Radiologists and Neuroradiologists
Spine/Soft Tissue/Disc Injuries
Cross-Examination and Pain
Cross-Examination and RSD/CRPS
Functional Capacities Evaluation
Deposing the ERISA/LTD Physician
Cross-Examining Causation Experts
Upper Extremity Injuries
Lower Extremity Injuries
Cross-Examining the Vocational Rehabilitation Expert/Life-Care Planner
Technology, Outsourcing and Cross-Examination in the Practice of Law