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Cross-examining doctors

Alan T. Radnor

Cross-examining doctors

a practical guide

by Alan T. Radnor

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Published by American Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education in Philadelphia, Pa .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes index.

StatementAlan T. Radnor
ContributionsAmerican Law Institute-American Bar Association Committee on Continuing Professional Education
Classifications
LC ClassificationsKF8964 .R33 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationxx, 250 p. ;
Number of Pages250
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24422072M
ISBN 100831899913
LC Control Number2009943997

  Preparation for cross-examining the defense economist follows the same basic rules as for any other cross. Most important, cross should be conducted with a purpose in mind. Counsel should decide in advance whether the expert's testimony has benefitted plaintiff's case enough to justify preserving the expert's credibility. The Art of Cross-Examination by Francis H. Wellman. CHAPTER V CROSS-EXAMINATION OF EXPERTS. In these days when it is impossible to know everything, but becomes necessary for success in any avocation to know something of everything and everything of something, the expert is more and more called upon as a witness both in civil and criminal cases.

Defense medical doctors are accustomed to the type of cross-examination discussed herein and will frequently be hired because of their ability to withstand cross-examination. However, one effective means of cross-examination for which the defense medical doctor is seldom properly prepared is the collateral attack based on the legal predicates. Cross-Examination of 'Independent' Medical Examiner (IME) This is a watered down version of a cross examination of the defendant’s medical experts of the general types of questions plaintiff’s personal injury lawyer may want to ask of the defendant’s expert who has performed (or not performed) a independent medical examination (IME).

Cross-Examining Plaintiff’s Expert. If the expert has written a book, buy it. If he has published articles, read them. You need all of the expert’s files (some doctors have been known to have a “personal injury file” and a “workers’ compensation file”), all of the tests, and all of the raw data. Cross Examining the Psychiatric Expert By Dorothy C. Sims, Esq. Ocala, Florida: Some doctors administer only one, or, if the test results are favorable to the plaintiff, they keep administering the same test until the plaintiff does poorly and only report the poor scores. The instructions are usually in the test booklet in the doctor's office.


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Cross-examining Doctors: A Practical GuideFormat: Paperback. This Cross-examining doctors book is a thorough examination of the substantive areas involved in cross-examining these professionals for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.

Unedited, real trial transcripts demonstrate good and not-so-good approaches to cross-examination, with helpful notations pointing to substantive areas and techniques you : Paperback. Cross-Examining Doctors: A Practical Guide, Second Edition: Doctors are the toughest witnesses to cross-examine – they’re poised and articulate, have tremendous jury appeal, and know more about the relevant medicine than the attorney.

This book will level the playing field and help you cross-examine them successfully. You’ll learn. This is a technique of cross-examining a compulsory medical examiner that we all use and often spend a lot of time developing, but to be truthful, I’m not really sure how effective it is.

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In his frequently consulted book “On Trial; Advocacy Skills, Law and Practice”, Geoffrey Adair lists seven basic issues upon which to cross-examining the doctor on qualifications such as: 6 - to demonstrate weaknesses in the doctors credentials such as a lack of.

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Cross-Examining Doctors: A Practical Guide by Alan T Radnor starting at $ Cross-Examining Doctors: A Practical Guide has 1 available editions to buy at Half Price Books Marketplace. Cross-examination of the defense doctor who examined your client should be an ambush. Get in quickly, get out quickly, sit down, and shut up.

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Cross Examination: The Rules of the Game Page 5 JACQUELINE M. VALDESPINO, ESQUIRE VALDESPINO & ASSOCIATES, PA him go where you want him to go.6 While on direct you tell a story, on cross you never start a questions with 6 Younger, Irving, The Art of Cross-Examination. Who What When Where How Why Questions that begin with any of the above are open ended andFile Size: 51KB.

Cross-Examining Expert Witnesses ases are not usually won through an opposing expert’s testimony. Rather, they are normally won by your own well-prepared wit - nesses. Accordingly, the goal of expert cross-examination is twofold: (1) persuading the jury that your expert’s opinions are credi-ble and (2) showing that the opposing ex.

Alan T. Radnor is the author of Cross-Examining Doctors ( avg rating, 1 rating, 0 reviews, published ), Chapter from Cross-Examining Doctors, Sec 4/5(1). HEADLINE: Trial Advocacy, Cross-Examination Of A Medical Expert: Collateral Attack BYLINE: Ben B.

Rubinowitz and Evan Torgan BODY: Expert testimony adds a unique facet to the trial. It permits witnesses who are retained by one side to offer information and educate the jury on issues which are beyond the scope of an ordinary juror's knowledge.

How to Cross Examine. During a trial, your cross examination of the opposing counsel's witness is an opportunity to make him or her appear unreliable.

Successful cross examinations capture the attention of the jury and judge and expose the 83%(58). Effectively Cross‐Examining Physicians Within the Four Corners of the AMA Guides Louis A. Larres, Esquire Partner, Bradford and Barthel Chris Brigham, MD Chairman, Impairment Resources, LLC Editor, Guides Newsletter With Aimee McEntire, Moderator 1/25/ YOUR COMPANY NAME 1 File Size: 2MB.One of the best ways to acquire the art of cross-examination is to study the methods of the great cross-examiners who serve as models for the legal profession.

Indeed, nearly every great cross-examiner attributes his success to the fact of having had the opportunity to .In cross-examining the defense neurologist below, you’ll notice that I asked her very few questions concerning her opinion as to whether my client had a real problem.

Many lawyers feel a compulsion to repeat negative opinions expressed during direct examination. There is no need to do this. Accentuate the positive and sit down.