Beat the Malingering Defense CLE
Posted by Alex Miller on Dec 17, 2008
Your client is hurt, but the defense lawyers claim the injuries could not have resulted from the impact. Instead, they claim your client is malingering. You’re in the right, but the defense wins. Sound familiar?
You know all about malingering accusations. Now learn how to beat them. Join Dr. Michael D. Freeman, trauma epidemiologist, expert witness, and author of Litigating Minor Soft Tissue Impact Cases for this CLE course on the Error Odds test and the lack of accuracy in malingering tests. Dr. Freeman will discuss the uses and misuses of probability in expert testimony, and why all malingering tests are inadmissible in court. Learn the method behind exposing the inaccuracy in malingering tests.
Michael Freeman, Ph.D., D.C., M.P.H., is one of the world's leading trauma epidemiologists, and testifies internationally on the admissibility of junk science in litigation. He has published and presented widely about motor vehicle crash injuries, and serves as a peer reviewer for numerous journals, including Spine and
In this CLE, Dr. Freeman addresses how to overcome allegations of malingering
against your client by challenging the accuracy of malingering tests which
defense witnesses use. Dr. Freeman will discuss the uses and misuses of probability in expert testimony, and why all malingering tests are inadmissible in court. A must-attend seminar for all lawyers who face malingering allegation.
Join us December 19, 2008 for Error Odds: Exposing the Lack of Accuracy in Malingering Defense Tests