In deposition, the defendants attorney produced chart notes from a current doctor treating me - said notes contained some things that are deeply personal and uncomfortable to answer - they supoened the doctor's records, which I had never given any release for that's doctor's records - are you telling me that that portion of the Q&A was inadmissable? A lawyer up where I live told me I surrenderd privilege when I filed the suit?
true or not
While I understand this - the notes involved my service in Vietnam and was not related to the medical issues in the case
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