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Ganci Law Update: EP9 Neuropsychological Assessments in Litigation: A Discussion Around the Randy’s Trucking Case

August 04, 2023 Eric Ganci Episode 9
Ganci Law Update: EP9 Neuropsychological Assessments in Litigation: A Discussion Around the Randy’s Trucking Case
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Ganci Law Update: EP9 Neuropsychological Assessments in Litigation: A Discussion Around the Randy’s Trucking Case
Aug 04, 2023 Episode 9
Eric Ganci

In this episode of the Ganci Law Update, CaseyGerry trial attorney Eric Ganci discusses Brain injury cases touching on the recent case - Randy’s Trucking, Inc. v. The Superior Court of Kern County (Buttram) 2023 WL 3530705.

In a Traumatic Brain Injury case, both sides will usually hire experts examine or prove that claim.

However, in preliminary testing, neuropsychologists may have the option of not disclosing the results of the preliminary tests, which can cause an issue if the expert is not ethical in their testing and may further present a problem if the expert testifies in court. 


Randy’s Trucking, Inc. v. The Superior Court of Kern County (Buttram) 2023 WL 3530705 

Carpenter v. Superior Court (2006) 141 Cal.App.4th 249 

Roe v. Superior Court (2015) 243 Cal.App.4th 138 

CCP § 2032.530 

CCP § 2032.610 

Downey v. City of Riverside (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 1033 

Thing v. La Chusa (1989) 48 Cal.3d 644 

California Code of Civil Procedure section 36 

Pabla v. Superior Court (Dual Arch International) (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 599 

Isaak v. Superior Court (2022) 73 Cal.App.5th 792 

Hacala v. Bird Rides, Inc. (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 292 

California Civil Code § 1714(a) 

Learn more about Eric Ganci

Show Notes

In this episode of the Ganci Law Update, CaseyGerry trial attorney Eric Ganci discusses Brain injury cases touching on the recent case - Randy’s Trucking, Inc. v. The Superior Court of Kern County (Buttram) 2023 WL 3530705.

In a Traumatic Brain Injury case, both sides will usually hire experts examine or prove that claim.

However, in preliminary testing, neuropsychologists may have the option of not disclosing the results of the preliminary tests, which can cause an issue if the expert is not ethical in their testing and may further present a problem if the expert testifies in court. 


Randy’s Trucking, Inc. v. The Superior Court of Kern County (Buttram) 2023 WL 3530705 

Carpenter v. Superior Court (2006) 141 Cal.App.4th 249 

Roe v. Superior Court (2015) 243 Cal.App.4th 138 

CCP § 2032.530 

CCP § 2032.610 

Downey v. City of Riverside (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 1033 

Thing v. La Chusa (1989) 48 Cal.3d 644 

California Code of Civil Procedure section 36 

Pabla v. Superior Court (Dual Arch International) (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 599 

Isaak v. Superior Court (2022) 73 Cal.App.5th 792 

Hacala v. Bird Rides, Inc. (2023) 90 Cal.App.5th 292 

California Civil Code § 1714(a) 

Learn more about Eric Ganci