Trial season is around the corner, and litigators and their staff are diligently working to get cases in order. Whether practicing medical malpractice, personal injury, general liability, products liability, or workers compensation law, attorneys can proceed to the courtroom with an extra layer of confidence by utilizing one or more of following tools:
1. Opposition Research
Prepare for your next trial or deposition with summarized opposition research. A concise profile of public information, testimony/deposition history and background validation for opposing testifying medical and non-medical experts helps litigators build a solid case.
2. Medical Chronologies
Medical chronologies are organized electronically, creating a portable resource from preparation to trial. Outsourcing medical chronologies allows litigators to reprioritize the time of their staff, leaving the administrative work to US-based legal nurse consultants. Your team will be able to focus on more valuable tasks, such as new case intake and trial preparation.
Our nurse consultants understand the facts of your case and screen them through multiple medical experts (from our network of 2,500 board certified clinical professionals in over 150 practicing specialties) in the appropriate specialties at no charge. This preliminary expert feedback helps determine exposure to potential risks associated with the medical facts, and identifies missing records in order to fill any holes in your your case.