Andrew Kane, Ph.D. and Joel Dvoskin, Ph.D., Evaluation for Personal Injury Claims (Best Practices in Forensic Mental Health Assessment)
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Dr. Kane is Professor, Wisconsin School of Professional Psychology and a Forensic Psychologist in Private Practice. Dr. Dvoskin is Assistant Professor, University of Arizona and a Forensic Psychologist in Private Practice.
– The purpose of a psychological evaluation in a personal injury case
– The difference between a forensic expert and a therapist expert as a witness
– To whom does the forensic expert owe a duty?
– The importance of dealing with biases when conducting forensic evaluations
– The difference between a fact witness and an expert witness
– The value in saying “I don’t know” when testifying in court