Ex-NFLer Says New Tests Not Needed In Pain Pump Case

Law360 (February 18, 2020, 4:29 PM EST) -- A former player for the New England Patriots is telling a Nevada court to reject Stryker Corp.'s request that he undergo neurological and psychological evaluations in his suit alleging the company's pain pumps destroyed his shoulder, saying the exams are unnecessary and the company already has all the information it needs.

Ex-linebacker Ryan Q. Claridge told the court on Monday that Stryker's bid to compel the examinations is "baseless," saying the company and fellow defendant I-Flow Corp. have already had plenty of opportunity to go over his medical records, which he delivered in discovery nearly a year ago.

Earlier this month, Stryker...

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