Defense Medical Examination
- Your client will be more comfortable knowing that you sent an experienced nurse observer to accompany them at their Defense Medical Examination
- This nurse politely, professionally, and (if necessary) assertively interfaces with the examiner and upholds DME Response to Demand stipulations
- You'll get a detailed typed report and CD audio recording of what actually occurred during the defense medical examination and witness testimony, if the need arises to refute inconsistencies in the DME doctor's report
Michael Haiby, RN
Experienced Defense Medical Examination (DME) Nurse Observer
As of April 1, 2014 nurse observer Michael Haiby has attended 3351 DMEs.
Doctor's frequently ask inappropriate questions during a defense medical examination. Below is one of these questions from a DME report this week.
|At this point, the observer (myself) indicated to Dr. XXXXXXX that the question was not authorized under the Code of Civil Procedure for Physical Examination|
|The client did not answer the question|
If I am unavailable for an Defense Medical Examination I receive your assignment information, send an exceptionally well trained and experienced nurse observer, and I forward the report and audio recording to your office upon the conclusion of the DME.
As of April 1, 2014--My excellent team of nurses have attended 467 DMEs for me.
95 percent of my defense medical examination business is from repeat customers. Please call me and ask me to read to you the list of Los Angeles and Orange County attorneys that I work for on a regular basis. You should know at least one of them and you can call them yourself to verify the excellence of my defense medical examination nurse observer service.
What I focus on is producing a consistently excellent DME nurse observer service for plaintiff attorneys from intake of your assignment, to meeting and briefing your client outside of the defense doctor's office, by insuring your client's position is protected during the defense medical examination itself, and then in producing an accurate (indisputable) DME report and audio recording that will solidify your client's position.
Why are we different?
We have a team of very well trained and experienced nurses to meet your needs--(you will not be told that we have no nurse available for any given date or time)
Our detailed reports basically transcribe the entire examination--(we understand that you need to know what questions were asked and what answers were given)
You pay after you get your report and CD audio recording in the mail—No retainer is required in advance (it is extremely easy to schedule our services)
We charge no cancellation fee--(we understand last minute settlement, etc)
Contact us now to schedule attendance at your client's DME anywhere in Los Angeles County, Orange County, and throughout Southern California
Michael Haiby, RN
Michael Haiby, RN provides the service of defense medical examination nurse observer to plaintiff attorneys. Plaintiff individuals may ask the attorney's office to make contact for more information on DME nurse observer services-- only an attorney can give legal advice.