Case provides little clarity on protection of legal advice

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

April 3, 2013


While accident victims are required to disclose all of their medical, employment, and tax information as a prerequisite to their pursuit of justice, what happens when a client discusses confidential legal advice with a treatment provider such as a psychologist?

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