Workers’ Compensation

Ca. Workers' Comp. Quarterly 2017, Vol. 30, No. 4

A Judge’s Perspective: Medical Evidence at Trial


San Francisco, California

Author’s Note: This perspective is strictly the personal opinions of this author. They are not the opinions of my colleagues, the Department of Industrial Relations, or the Division of Workers’ Compensation. When a case proceeds to trial, it should be the job of the attorneys to present the medical evidence in the most cohesive and seamless way possible.

The following pointers are what I want to see when a case is going to trial. It may seem to be a long list. However, a lot of it is based on common sense.

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