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Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner Robert S. Kelner and Gail S. Kelner

Plaintiffs in personal injury actions must submit to physical examinations with respect to their injuries by physicians chosen by the defendants pursuant to CPLR 3121. Although these examinations are often referred to as “IMEs” or independent medical examinations, there is nothing “independent” about them. They are clearly part of the adversarial process.

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