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    So the Defense Wants a Neuropsych Exam of Your Client:

    How to protect your client from the usual defense examiner tricks

    What You Will Learn

    • Battle back against defense examiner tactics with motions practice to set the parameters of an exam
    • Require all testing be in the open, on video, and the underlying raw data provided to you as a condition for agreeing to testing
    • How to undermine the record review when the defense examiner refuses to do the exam and resorts to a record review
    • How to cross examine the defense examiner at trial.

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    What You Will Learn

    • Battle back against defense examiner tactics with motions practice to set the parameters of an exam
    • Require all testing be in the open, on video, and the underlying raw data provided to you as a condition for agreeing to testing
    • How to undermine the record review when the defense examiner refuses to do the exam and resorts to a record review
    • How to cross examine the defense examiner at trial.
    Wednesday, July 21, 2021

    12PM PACIFIC
    (3:00 ET / 2:00 CT / 1:00 MT)

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    Price

    $99 for Association Member
    $129 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Publisher

    Washington State Association for Justice

    Subjects

    Traumatic Brain Injury

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    Summary

    When the defense asks for a neuropsych exam of your client, what they are really asking for is an excuse to convert your client’s brain injury into a psychiatric flaw that can be blamed for ongoing cognitive problems, not the brain injury. And they want to do it all in secret, without you or anyone else observing so they can later claim your client is a head case and a liar because after all, every TBI resolves within 2 months, and since your client's didn’t resolve, they must be faking. Sound familiar?  

    Scott Blair will show you how to battle back against these tactics, using motions practice to require the defense doctor to provide all testing in the open, on video, and to provide the underlying raw data to you for evaluation as a condition for doing the testing. You will learn how to undermine the record review when the defense examiner refuses to conduct an exam and resorts to a record review. Scott will also teach you how to cross-examine the defense examiner at trial.

     

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    Presenters

    Scott Blair
    Brain Injury Law of Seattle

    Scott Blair is the founder of Brain Injury Law of Seattle. Brain injury work is his passion. For the last 25 years, Scott has... Read More

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