Is there any case law where a treating physician provided no evidence at trial?

British Columbia, Canada

The following excerpt is from Gonzales v. Voskakis, 2013 BCSC 215 (CanLII):

The defence cites Kinnersley v. Sansregret, [1981] B.C.J. No. 136 (S.C.) at para. 20, as an example where an adverse inference was drawn where treating physicians of the plaintiffs provided no evidence at trial.

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