Las Vegas, NV asked in Libel & Slander and Medical Malpractice for Nevada

Q: A med pro wrote a mental eval with direct lies in it One is obvious enough in court I think: Is that libel/malpractice

It was for a monetary position and I think the report was edited before being sent to me verses the report sent to the decision makers in the situation. So she basically changed my medical records before sending them to me *after taking steps to keep me from seeing the report at all. There are still lies and gross exaggerations throughout. Also I feel I was misdirected in taking a standardized test which helps to keep evaluation's fair regardless of the physician.

1 Lawyer Answer
Joel Gary Selik
Joel Gary Selik
  • Medical Malpractice Lawyer
  • Las Vegas, NV
  • Licensed in Nevada

A: It is neither liable or legal malpractice. It may be another tort and you may be able to add your own notes to the record.

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