Department of Labor and Industries, 20 Wn. Ilene Price, Appellant, v. Hence, medical conclusions based upon these statements, which were not given under oath or subject to cross-examination, violate the hearsay rule and are not admissible. The self-interest of the patient is a sufficient guarantee of the trustworthiness of such statements, where the examination is made for the purpose of treatment. Finally, Price claims that the trial court did not properly instruct the jury on her theory of the case.
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The instruction did not properly state the law as to psychiatric disability and Price was precluded from arguing her theory of the case. It enables you to create an interactive map of open work orders for your airfield. Rule does not exclude the testimony of an expert who is solicited in anticipation of litigation, so long as the requirements of the rule are met.
Statements of complaints by the worker made to a physician are called subjective complaints.
Weaknesses in the opinion may be brought out on cross-examination and go to the weight of the evidence. Their own skilled observations, aided by the best medical equipment, lead only to objective findings.
Viewed in the context of this testimony, instruction 14 conveyed a mixed message to the jury: While approving the instruction, "as far as it went," as a technically correct statement of law, the court in PARKS stated, at page ,"The distinction to be drawn between subjective and objective findings, and their proper application in each individual case, has given courts great concern, and we do not see how jurors can properly evaluate the testimony unless they are instructed as to the law in this regard.
We feel, however, that instructions covering this issue should be more complete in order that the jury may obtain a clearer conception of the proper weight to be given to such testimony. The interactive transcript could not be loaded.
Elrod further reported that Price's mental status proved normal, that she showed no signs of thought or memory disorders, and that Price had no difficulty in terms of formal thinking or mood. All doctors take the history of their patients, when it is needed to arrive at a correct diagnosis.