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The Forensic Neuropsychological IME by Michael J. Hannan, III Suppose you are counsel for the plaintiff in a toxic exposure case. At this point, all you have to support your claim of cognittiv impairment is your client’s and her family’s testimony concerning how she has “slowed down” and cannot do what she used to do. What tangible, objective proof can you give the jury? Conversely, you are counsel for a defendant disability insurance carrier. The plaintiff claims cognitive impairment based on...

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