For the sake of brevity and argument let's ASSUME Plaintiff's answer to a question asked during deposition was:
"Today is raining but for the last two weeks there has been no cloud in the sky. Or, as another example, let's assume the answer was:
" Main habitats of Whales are the Oceans and Seas, but they are actually mammals."
Portion of the answer, based on a motion filed by Defendants, hastily was entered as evidence by a WC ALJ at trial just to portray or conclude that: "Yesterday was raining, too!" , or, "Whales are fish!".
Petitions/motions filed by injured employee for the entire answers to be taken as exhibits were denied.
Is NOT an extreme display of BIAS and Prejudice? Some may consider these as hypothetical(s), but they are actually according to proof.Even an "If that ,,.. then this ... " syntax used to answer the question will be helpful. Questioning the question or the *Asker* will NOT! The defense attorney has already proved his talents in using offensive and insulting language justified as a notion of loyalty to his clients.