What is the test for ordering a plaintiff to attend a second medical examination?

British Columbia, Canada


The following excerpt is from Huppee v Nowlin, 2018 BCSC 27 (CanLII):

The question of whether to require a second medical examination is a matter of discretion. Smith J. summarized the principles to be considered when deciding whether a plaintiff should be ordered to attend a subsequent medical examination in McKay v. Passmore, 2005 BCSC 570 at paras. 15 through 18:

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