Score a perfect "10" on your Deposition performance.  It's time to stop fearing, and start enjoying Depositions!

The reasons that Applicant and Defense Attorneys have for calling for the QME's Deposition are quite finite.  Usually, it has to do with a dispute over the QME's opinion on 1) AOE/COE, 2) Permanent Impairment, and/or 3) Apportionment.  In this Program, learn how to qualify your opinions and conclusions in each of these areas (including Alternative Impairment Ratings under Almarez/Guzman) as substantial medical evidence.  If you can do this, you will probably NEVER be called to Deposition again.  And, if you ARE called for Deposition, learn how to perform like a pro to have your opinions and conclusions upheld by the parties. 


Topics include:

  • Deposition Philosophy – Top 10 Reasons for Applicant Attorney to call for Deposition
  • Deposition Philosophy – Top 10 Reasons for Defense Attorney to call for Deposition
  • 3 Cases Reviewed – Actual cases demonstrate failures of the QME's opinions on 1) Permanent Impairment, and 2) Apportionment
  • Mechanism of Injury and it's importance in the Apportionment determination
  • The Court Reporter’s Perspective - Learn the Top Communication Tips at Deposition from the perspective of the Court Reporter
  • “Overlap” of Permanent Impairments - Learn the burdens of the Applicant, and the Defense in apportioning under LC 4664 for "prior award of Permanent Disability
  • Last Minute Secrets of Success - Keep these 8 Secrets in mind in the face to face evaluation, in the actual examination of the injured worker, and in the Deposition room and you will come out of any Deposition smelling like a rose, with your reputation intact!


Course includes 6 hours of video presentation, Course Notes, and copies of actual cases that demonstrate the principles explained in the course.  This is the most intensive and comprehensive training on Deposition preparation and performance that you will find anywhere!


For Chiropractors, this Course qualifies for Board of Chiropractic Examiners (BCE) credits for 6 hours of Category "B" credits for "General Topics."

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