An Apricot™ is a work-product privileged report used to assist an attorney in taking a psych doctor’s testimony. An Apricot™ describes all of the substantial flaws in a psych report in jargon-free, non-technical language. An Apricot™ also provides a list of questions and techniques that get those flaws on the record despite what might be the doctor’s evasive or non-co-operative behavior. An Apricot™ contains all the psychological information an attorney needs to file a brief with the court to get a defective psych report thrown out.
Psychological Evaluations in Litigation: A Practical Guide for Attorneys and Insurance Adjusters. A book to help you understand the weaknesses in psych reports and prepare for psych depositions and trial briefs.
A crib sheet of psychological terms and concepts to use when cross examining a psych doctor.
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