How Attorneys Can Best Utilize Their Medical Expert Witness:
A Medical Expert's Perspective. New! Second edition! September 2008.
Based on the original Monograph. Brainvoyage.com, Seattle. 2006. ©
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ISBNv10: 1-58412-005-3: ISBNv13: 978-1-58412-005-6; First edition. Electronic Version.
Second Edition. Version 2.01. Electronic Version. Seattle, WA, USA, 2008
ISBN 1-58412-008-3; 978-1-58412-008-7
Vernon M. Neppe MD, PhD, FRSSAf, DFAPA
These nine articles constitute a monograph series to assist civil litigation attorneys with medical experts. Each paper is a self-sustaining unit.
Dr. V.M. Neppe, Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute, 6300 Ninth Ave NE, Suite 353 Seattle, WA 98115, U.S.A. 206 527 6289
Disclaimer: Any advice and opinions given are general and may not apply to many situations. Individual cases must be evaluated according to their specific circumstances.
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Retaining the Appropriate Medicolegal Expert: Part 1
Getting The Most Out Of Your Medical Expert: Part 2
Records and the Medical Expert: Part 3
The Predeposition Period: Part 4
The Discovery Deposition: Part 5
Preparing For Court Testimony: The Early Phase: Part 6
Medical Court Testimony: The Plan of Attack: Part 7
The Direct Examination of a Medical Expert: Part 8
The Cross and Redirect Examination of the Expert: Part 9
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