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Justice Scale
  • Screen or investigate cases for merit

  • Define the applicable standards of care

  • Define deviations from and adherences to the applicable standard of care

  • Assess the alleged damages and or injuries

  • Identify factors that caused or contributed to the alleged damages and or injuries

  • Organize, tab and paginate medical records

  • Summarize, translate and interpret medical records

  • Identify and recommend potential defendants

  • Conduct literature searches and integrate the literature and standards/guideline into the case analysis

  • Research and analyze the validity and reliability of research studies relied on by all parties

  • Identify and review relevant medical records, hospital policies and procedures and other essential documents and other tangible items

  • Expand the attorney’s medical library

  • Interview clients, key witnesses and experts

  • Consult with healthcare providers

  • Identify types of testifying expert witnesses

Doctor Office
  • Locate and interface with expert witnesses

  • Communicate with potential testifying experts

  • Analyze and compare expert witness reports and other work products

  • Serve as liaison between the attorney and healthcare providers, testifying experts, parties, witnesses and other consultants

  • Prepare interrogatories

  • Review and draft responses to various legal documents and correspondence for the attorney’s signature

  • Assist in exhibit preparation

  • Prepare deposition and trial (cross or direct) questions

  • Review, analyze and summarize depositions, including past testimony

  • Attend depositions, trials, review panels and arbitration and mediation hearings

  • Help prepare witnesses and experts for deposition and trial

  • Develop written reports for use as study tools for the attorney.

  • Coordinate and attend independent medical examinations (IMEs)

  • Develop life care plans

  • Coordinate and assist in facilitating focus groups and mock trials


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