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IME Credibility Attack

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Plaintiff showed up for his independent medical examination (IME) requested by the insurance company and cooperated. After the IME, he was given a survey to fill out about his IME experience. He rated everything as excellent. In the comments section, he wrote, “Dr. listened to what I told him. Better than my own doctors.” At the arbitration in the case, Plaintiff testified that the IME doctor didn’t listen to what he said. The defense attorney then used the survey in cross-examination to attack Plaintiff’s credibility. We received a favorable arbitration decision.

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