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Plaintiffs must have "valid objection" to examiner (access required)

Even though a doctor had previously testified that two-thirds of the plaintiffs he examined exaggerated their injuries, he could not be barred from performing a medical examination for the defendant on the grounds of bias, a federal magistrate judge in Norfolk has ruled. The magistrate judge held that the plaintiff had not proved a "valid objection" ...

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