The Myth of the Independent Medical Exam


Halifax personal injury lawyer John McKiggan explains why the so-called "independent" medical examination is a myth.

This document provides personal injury plaintiffs with tips on how to prepare for their medical examination.

The article also explains some of the common tests that defendant medical examiners use to try to undermine plaintiff's claims.

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