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Do you have a Rule 26 Disclosure that I may review?

Stephen M. Raffle, M.D.

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By Stephen M. Raffle, M.D.

Yes, I do have a Rule 26 Disclosure.  Call me, if you are the representing attorney, so we can discuss my experience testifying as reflected in my Rule 26 Disclosure.  Currently, I have testified in 45 cases fthe last 4 years (from 2013-mid 2017). Of course, many, many more cases also settle after I issued my findings and expert opinions, and my testimony in Court is no longer needed.

For those unfamiliar with the “Rule 26 Disclosure” please see Rule 26(a)(2)(B) of the  U.S. Federal Rules of Civil Procedure which describes the disclosure of testimony of an expert witness, including a forensic psychiatrist, of course.

Attorneys tell me they find my  Rule 26 Disclosure of interest, regardless of whether a case is in U.S. Federal Court, in that it provides a list of depositions and trials, and jurisdictions, in which I have testified in the last 4 years.  My testimony is fairly evenly divided between Plaintiff and Defense as my Rule 26 Disclosure reflects.

More information can be found on the USCourts.gov website.

Please call (415) 461‑4845 or use our contact form to set up a time to speak; you can also email directly at rafflemd@rafflemd.com and we can arrange a time to speak.

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