Bodily Injury Deposition, Litigation, and Trial Forms
- DF-BI-3009 Stipulation for Physical Exam
Plaintiff’s request if the defense is asking for an IME.
- DF-BI-010 Handout for Plaintiff Client Before the Adverse Medical Examination
- DF-BI-002 Request for Admissions, Medical Expenses
Good for states like Texas, where a general denial pleading is used, or anytime in a personal injury case in which the defense is denying medical expenses without justification.
- DF-BI-3106 Checklist for Deposition of Plaintiff’s Bodily Injury
(Also Injuries Checklist for both Plaintiff and Defense offices) for both depositions and trials. Probably one of our most used checklists.
- DF-BI-3006 Bodily Injury Client’s Checklist
For Plaintiff’s offices. A check-the-box approach like doctors’ offices use, to have a client list areas of injury.
- DF-BI-005 Spouse’s Testimony re Plaintiff’s Personal Injury Checklist
- DF-MED-3423 Defense Deposition Examination of Plaintiff’s Treating Doctor
For Defense offices. Covers a dozen areas that defense attorneys will want to ask questions about during the deposition of the doctor that treated the plaintiff. (Of course, claimant’s counsel, or event doctors, can use it to be refreshed on items that will likely be asked by experienced defense counsel.)
- DF-MED-3421 Plaintiff Attorney Direct Examination (Deposition or Trial) of Plaintiff’s Treating Doctor
For Plaintiff offices. Designed to give a psychologically effective path to communicate the serious nature of the bodily injury through the treating physician or surgeon. A 16 page report of advice and checklist form.