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Records alteration is problematic to say the very least and can have very serious implications - doing so calls into question the reliability of the information and can damage a physician's reputation.
Being deposed is not an experience you come away from wanting to do it again, but when you are well prepared it is an experience that you can come away from realizing it was not as bad as you expected.
When physicians receive a request for their deposition as an expert to be taken, the most frequent question they have is "Can I charge for my time and, if so, how much?"
No attorney expects you to be excited to be deposed, but they do expect you to be responsive and cooperative with the request. Here's how to initially handle the situation if you ever receive an attorney request for deposition dates.