by Charles Theisler DC, JD, MD
Preparing yourself for cross examination is an important duty for every chiropractor. How that chiropractor performs during cross-examination may make or break the personal injury case. How well he or she actually performs depends, in large part, upon how well they have prepared.
Finally, a book is now available for chiropractors containing more than 3,000 tough trial cross-examination questions. Fortunately, most questions are coupled with reasoned, well thought-out model answers.
Allow a chiropractor with over 20 years experience, a practicing attorney and trained medical physician help prepare you for your cross-examination.
Download this foremost text delivering the practical understanding, clinical reasoning, educational enlightenment, references, and insights needed to become an elite testifying expert.
What you will learn
Be Prepared or Be Bowled Over!
The defense attorney's primary goals are to discredit you:
- your profession
- your findings
- your opinions
- and anything you say in court.
Their plan to accomplish those goals is simply to paint you as incompetent. That’s what defense attorneys do. And they are good at it. Plus, they spend months or even years gathering evidence and sorting through and organizing those materials in preparation to rip you apart.
Attorneys want to:
- Mislead and confuse you
- Catch you unaware
- Lay minefields, and set traps to catch you.
Facing that kind of challenge are two kinds of chiropractors. The first kind prepares themselves for the battle they face. The second kind believes they know their stuff, they have reviewed the file, and they are ready for cross-examination. Think you are ready?
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Cross-Examination Questions with Model Answers
More than 2,000 questions, with thoughtful, well-reasoned answers that will be respected in court – answers that defense attorneys cannot easily twist against you. This is ideal if you want factually based responses grounded in the medical literature and the medical references to back those answers up.
Input your own answers to the cross-examination questions and practice delivering them. This option is ideal if you are a do-it-yourselfer who wants to use only custom answers specific to your practice and then further prepare with the client's attorney.
P.S. There are 15 clinical areas where lawyers gleefully lay landmines for experts like you. This training module shows you exactly where those landmines are and how to diffuse them, simply and effectively.
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