How Medical Advisors Helps You Find And Work With The Expert Your Case Really Needs.
Your case will receive the personal attention of our director, Rhonda G. Grallnick, R.N., B.S.N. who will listen to litigation theories and legal issues, and discuss special concerns regarding the required expert's qualifications including geographic considerations. At no cost to you, advice will be given on which specialty or specialties are best suited for your case and recommendations will be made as to how to proceed.
We will carefully screen potential physicians affiliated with leading teaching medical institutions, evaluating their academic credentials, private practices, competence, professionalism, personality and communication skills. Physicians with plaintiff and defense experience will be favored. Appropriate candidates will be discussed with you in depth prior to your final selection.
We will assemble and organize all of the pertinent medical records and forward them to the selected physician for review and evaluation. If needed, our experts will gather pertinent medical literature by recognized authorities as support for their opinions which will assist in documentation of your case.
An expert evaluation is written by the physician who will testify, identifying or rejecting issues of causation and liability. We will exhaust all avenues to recruit the appropriate experts, making available other physicians and considering other specialties if needed.
We will coordinate arrangements for the expert witnesses to be available to assist in the preparation of the case including depositions, interrogatories, courtroom testimony and other services required if the expert is subject to deposition by opposing counsel.
Currently, many board certified medical professionals, mainly active practitioners, review cases for Medical Advisors.