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An improper response to a request for admissions would be

Question : An improper response to a request for admissions would be : 2162317

MULTIPLE CHOICE. Choose the one alternative that best completes the statement or answers the question.

21) An improper response to a request for admissions would be:

A) A denial accompanied by alternate facts or law

B) An objection with grounds alleged

C) An admission of the truth of the matter averred

D) Insufficient knowledge

E) None of the above

22) Because it is not an objective medical report, the ________ will include additional observations on the client's reluctance, negative reactions, and level of cooperation.

A) Treatment plan

B) Diagnosis

C) Prognosis

D) DME

23) Which statement casts doubt on the reliability of the defense medical evaluation?

A) The client may be pushed to perform a certain task but the pain associated will not be reported.

B) Defense attorneys and insurance companies use the same doctors, effectively those doctors become employees of the defense and are biased in their favor.

C) The client may not realize the purpose of the examination is not to diagnose or help them.

D) All of the above

24) Members of a legal team involved in personal injury, workers' compensation, or medical malpractice litigation should develop a good understanding of the appropriate ________ in order to properly interpret medical reports.

A) Billing procedures

B) Office manual

C) TMJ

D) Medical terminology

25) Treatment:

A) Is a care plan designed to heal or correct a medical complaint

B) Is a prediction of how a medical complaint will resolve; fully, partially, or never

C) Is a determination of the source of a medical complaint

D) All of the above

26) Prognosis:

A) Is a course of treatment designed to heal or correct a medical complaint

B) Is a prediction of how a medical complaint will resolve; fully, partially, or never

C) Is a determination of the source of a medical complaint

D) All of the above

27) Health care privacy laws (HIPPA) prevent:

A) A paralegal from attending a physical examination with the client

B) The defense from obtaining a physical or mental examination of the plaintiff

C) The plaintiff's attorney from distributing the plaintiff's medical records

D) None of the above

28) Requests for admission:

A) Can streamline trial by finding areas of agreement where testimony or evidence is not required

B) Are used with the same purpose and frequency as depositions and interrogatories

C) Are an antiquated discovery tool, outdated by information which can be obtained via technology and social media

D) None of the above

29) The response to requests for admissions:

A) Is usually 30 days but extensions are easily obtained

B) Is 30 days and missing the deadline can be fatal; resulting in admission of facts or liability key to the case

C) Is 30 days

D) Is due no later than the first day of trial

30) Strategically, when is it most likely requests for admission will be issued?

A) After discovery is completed but before trial begins

B) After discovery is completed, but before the discovery deadline listed in the scheduling order

C) After a scheduling order has been issued and mandatory disclosure completed

D) Any time after a complaint has been filed

TRUE/FALSE. Write 'T' if the statement is true and 'F' if the statement is false.

31) Trial preparation begins about one week before a trial is set to begin.

32) Legal issues are disputed on the application of procedural and substantive law.

33) A motion for summary judgment is a motion made to test the legal sufficiency of claims asserted.

34) A pretrial memorandum typically summarizes the case that will be presented at trial.

35) A trial brief is a document presented to the court that makes a legal argument in an attempt to persuade the court to a particular point of view.

36) Few clients and witnesses need coaching or preparing for the type of questioning they will encounter at deposition or trial.

37) It is not necessary to prepare an analysis of the potential cost of trial versus the expected outcome.

38) Demonstrative evidence in the form of models, photographic enlargements, and other documents should be prepared sufficiently in advance to allow the witness to become familiar with the exhibits that will be used during their examination.

39) Jury investigation is the investigation of a jury pool to determine which potential jurors fit the profile of potential jurors who view favorably the client's position.

40) A continuance is a request to reschedule a trial or hearing.

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