Joseph H., age 10, woke up early one morning and shot his father in the head as he slept on the sofa. Joseph was a difficult child. From the time he was three years old, his paternal grandmother could not babysit him because she could not control his outbursts.
Report Of Privately Retained Expert No Good In Workers’ Compensation Case.
In a Workers’ Compensation action, the injured worker hired her own psychological expert at her own expense, but he Workers’ Compensation Board found the report of the doctor was inadmissible.