(818) 703-9512

“Don’t Let The Defense Medical Exam Ruin Your PI Case!”

PRIME will send a Doctor to observe and record your client's next 

Defense Medical Exam!

The Problem

The Defense Medical Exam

The defense is permitted pursuant to CCP 2032.220 to have your client undergo a Defense Medical Exam.

Your Case Is Clear Right?

You had a good case with clear liability. Your case would have settled quickly until the Defense Doctor Ruined your case!


These doctors are typically paid experts and will say just about anything to help deny your clients damages to limit your clients recovery.  We know the drill but those deciding your case at trial unfortunately do not.


The question is...


What can you do to help improve your clients deserved recoveries?



Your Solution

Send a Doctor to Observe and Record the Exam For You!

You are permitted under CCP 2032.510 to have an observer present at the exam to observe and audio record the examination.


This observer can determine whether the exam was done fairly and properly.


It is very difficult for an attorney to cross-examine a “seasoned” defense doctor at arbitration or trial for two reasons. 


First, at arbitration, the defense attorney just submits only the defense medical report with the defense doctor not being present to cross-examine. 


Secondly, whether at trial or arbitration, if the plaintiff's attorney or his/her clerk appears at the Defense Medical Exam with the plaintiff, he or she is not qualified to testify which tests were performed improperly by the defense doctor and which tests were completely omitted. 


Should you decide to have the treating doctor present with your client, his/her testimony will be looked on as “biased” in order to protect his medical services and fees.


Remember, the conclusion rendered by the defense doctor is only as strong as the facts or lack thereof which support it. Rather than simply attack the credibility of the defense doctor on the grounds that he/she performed a short examination or that he “makes a living” out of testifying for the defense, you can further and more convincingly discredit him/her by arguing that the Defense Doctor's Conclusions are unsupported simply because the examination tests were performed improperly and/or there were examination omissions.

Have Our Doctor Observe the Exam!

Why not have a doctor observe the DME?

We at PRIME provide you with a medical observer who will be present at the examination and write a report concerning the results. Our doctors will also protect your client by precluding any and all tests that you do not wish to be performed or any questions you do not want your client to answer. In addition, our doctors will review and compare the medical report written by the defense doctor and help you focus on the important medical issues. 


Do you have an upcoming defense medical examination in Los Angeles or surrounding city?

Try us and see the difference

New Clients and CAALA members receive $100 off of the observation fee.

DME Observer Request Form

Request your Observer Now!

We will contact you within the next 30 minutes to schedule. 

Physicians Report of the IME

6433 N Topanga Canyon Blvd #352 Woodland Hills, California 91303,

(818) 703-9512

Hours

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9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Tue

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thu

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Fri

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

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PRIME - Physicians Report of the Independent Medical Exam

6433 Topanga Cyn. Blvd. Suite 352 Woodland Hills, CA 91303, US

(818) 703-9512

Hours

Mon

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Tue

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Wed

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Thu

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Fri

9:00 am – 5:00 pm

Sat

Closed

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