A very helpful resource for any Kentucky injury attorneyJanabeth Evans Taylor, R.N., R.N.C co-aouthered a wonderful article for ATLA's TRIAL Magazine on preparing for defense medical expert's deposition.
Here is a general list of information to collect for the medical expert’s deposition. Consider adding these items to your subpoena duces tecum for deposition. Request copies of
• the expert’s license to practice medicine
• certificates, memberships, and awards
• applications for continuing medical education credits for seminars and courses attended
• the expert’s Ph.D. thesis
• published abstracts and articles
• materials presented at professional meetings covering the issue in your case
• patents held by the expert or his or her employer (The Statement of Claims in patent documentation may explain what hazard the invention should ameliorate; for example, a needle guard may be intended to prevent perforation of vital organs.)
• a list of authorities in the lawsuit’s subject that the expert deems to be reliable
• all documents provided to the expert for review in the case.
—Betsey Herd and Janabeth Evans (Taylor)
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