Expert Costs Under Scrutiny

Author(s): Darcy R. Merkur

June 1, 2012


The Hamfler decision raises the bar on how to properly establish the reasonableness of assessable disbursements and raises challenges for plaintiff’s counsel trying to manage expert costs while at the same time complying with the new onerous rules mandating comprehensive expert reports. In the end, personal injury claimants may end up paying the price for costs that are no longer recoverable from the insurer.

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