Have you ever watched a trial and the attorney says "I offer this report into evidence," and the defense lawyer jumps up and says "Objection!"
Of course you have. In this video I describe why the attorney is objecting and what needs to be done to overcome the objection.
Did you know that in order to admit your medical records into evidence you need to bring into court a medical records witness to testify about the accuracy of your medical records? A witness is also needed to explain how the records are maintained in the ordinary course of business.
Learn another way to get your medical records into evidence in New York in a negligence, medical malpractice or wrongful death case.