Medical illustrators combine art, forensics, anatomy, and knowledge of medicine to create accurately colorized diagnostic films so that jurors can understand exactly what they are looking at, as well as to draw attention to the specific area/s of your client’s injuries.
The defense doctor is not your client’s treating doctor and no doctor-patient relationship is established, so he or she can provide any opinion they want without the fear of facing liability if that opinion is incorrect.
Contributing Professional the Topic The decision made in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia (Ciox Health, LLC v. Azar, Case No. 18-cv-00040) sent a bit of a shockwave through the legal system, most notably the personal […]
Client Advocate the Topic Circumstances Warranting TTS DME Attendance If your client is actively in litigation for a personal injury claim, there is a high likelihood that at some point, he or she will have to submit to an “Independent […]