April 21, 2016

Expert Medical Evidence

Author: Keri Grenier

This month my INJURYwise column is devoted to expert medical evidence.

Travel for the injured is rarely a fun experience. Airports, planes, taxi cabs, and trains are not geared towards persons with a disability.

So as I sit in the Vancouver airport waiting for my flight home, I think about my personal injury clients that I send to larger centres, like Vancouver or Calgary, so they can be examined by medical experts rarely available in the Okanagan.

Why do I put my clients through the trouble of flying to places like Vancouver or Calgary to visit experts?  Click here to continue reading.

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