Ruling: Representative Can Be In Attendance for Entire Medical Examination
Judge Paige Rosini determined on a joint motion for neuropsychological examination, that a representative may be present during the entirety of the exam.
Judge Paige Rosini, in the case of Ackley v. Terry Johns and Shared Supports, CV-2017-1757, (Northumberland Co. C. P. Dec. 29, 2020), determined on a joint motion for neuropsychological examination, that a representative may be present during the entirety of the exam, even that which concerns so-called “objective” evaluation and questionnaire parts of the overall examination.
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