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How do you schedule nurse observer independent medical examination attendance services?

All I need is for you to send me an email with the following:

  • Date and time of appointment
  • Name of retaining attorney
  • Name of client
  • Name of doctor
  • Address of retaining attorney
  • Address of doctor's office
Please be looking for a confirming email from me back to you—IF YOU DON’T GET THIS CONFIRMING EMAIL BACK FROM ME, THEN THIS MEANS I DIDN’T GET YOUR EMAIL TO ME.

Observer Attendance and Audio Recording

One example is my observer attendance at a Independent Medical Examination for a client who suffered a Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) injury in a motor vehicle accident. The IME doctor's report asserted that the client suffered prior aggravation of her TMJ - indicating that she had stated during the independent medical examination that she previously chewed gum frequently and had pain & popping in her TMJ for years before the motor vehicle accident. In fact, my observer report and the audio recording of the independent medical examination clearly indicated that she had told the IME doctor that she only occasionally chewed gum and had never experienced pain or popping in her TMJ before the accident. The plaintiff attorney's office sent the IME doctor's report to me for review. I produced a brief statement which included the key inconsistencies. My refuting statement and initial attendance report were presented by the plaintiff attorney at a settlement conference - just before he played the audio recording of the dentist asking the client the questions and her giving the real answers. Refuting the doctor's report was integral to achieving a favorable settlement.

Contact us now to schedule attendance at your client's IME anywhere in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and throughout Southern California

Michael Haiby, RN

Phone: (661) 252-3435
Cell: (661) 414-6972

Michael Haiby, RN provides the service of independent medical examination nurse observer to plaintiff attorneys. Plaintiff individuals may ask the attorney's office to make contact for more information on IME nurse observer services-- only an attorney can give legal advice.