Beware of what you write on the Internet

It’s not uncommon for plaintiffs’ attorneys to review the published works of defendant physicians. If a plaintiff’s lawyer finds that a defendant physician’s testimony conflicts with his published work, the attorney could use this “prior inconsistent statement” to attack the physician’s credibility.

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