Medical records and bills are commonly needed at trial to prove damages. Knowing how to get them in - or get portions excluded - is key to obtaining a more favorable verdict. Are you confident in your evidence skills? This program will provide you with real-world, practical advice for getting these core pieces of evidence admitted (or keeping theirs out). Enhance your trial tool kit - register today!
Identify subjective findings in medical records that may be challenged.
Learn how to lay a foundation for medical records, charts, and x-rays.
Find out how to get evidence of medical charges admitted.
Medical Gray Areas; Objective vs. Subjective Findings
Medical Records, Charts, X-Rays, and More: Laying Foundations
Authenticating Electronic Medical Records
Applying Hearsay Objections and Exceptions to Medical Records
Responding to Relevance Objections
Medical Bills - Satisfying the Foundation Requirement
Establishing the Reasonableness and Necessity of Medical Bills
Ryan Lauer is an attorney with Schiff & Associates Co LPA. Mr. Lauer practices in the areas of litigation and dispute resolution. His firsthand knowledge of the litigation process and trial allows him to evaluate and prosecute injury cases in order to get his client's fair results in the least amount of time possible. Mr. Lauer has tried and won cases for both Plaintiffs and Defendants in many different counties throughout Ohio. He earned his undergraduate degree at The Ohio State University and his J.D. degree from Capital University Law School.
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