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Written by attorney Marc Lazarus | May 22, 2014

Designating Treating Physicians as Expert Witnesses in Personal Injury Cases in California

In personal injury cases, treating physicians need to be designated as non-retained experts in response to C.C.P. Sect. 2034.010, et seq., demands for simultaneous exchange of expert witness information by listing the names and addresses of the treating physicians you intend to call at time of trial

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California Code of Civil Procedure Section 2034.010, et seq., Schreiber v. Estate of Kiser (1999) 22 Cal.4th 31 Kalaba v. Gray, (2002), 95 Cal.App4th 1415

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