Our Medico-Legal Report Process
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Physical examinations are conducted for physical conditions, measuring height, weight, and joint movement. Relevant medical records, including X-rays and test results, are also reviewed. Chaperones can be requested, and the specialist may use one during the examination. More information on what follows the assessment can be found below.
Your medico-legal evaluation will be scheduled by your legal representative, an insurance provider, government entity, or the relevant party overseeing your claim. They will arrange a convenient date and time that aligns with your schedule. Your assessment may take place either in person or through a telehealth session.
Our team thoroughly reviews the case file, including all relevant documents and notes, to meticulously prepare for the upcoming appointment.
On the day of your appointment, it's advisable to arrive 15 minutes early to allow time for any necessary documentation and to bring a valid photo ID, such as your driver's license or passport. The independent examiner will ask you a series of questions regarding your injury or condition and, if necessary, may conduct a physical examination.
The medical expert compiles and writes the comprehensive medico-legal report based on the findings and assessments conducted during the examination, providing a detailed analysis of the medical and legal aspects of the case.
The Quality Assurance Team meticulously reviews the medico-legal report to ensure accuracy, completeness, and compliance with established standards and guidelines. This process helps maintain the highest quality and reliability of the report in turn ensuring the report is fit for purpose.
Once the independent medical examiner has compiled their report we will then provide it to the party who requested the assessment.