Our referral service provides the attorney, insurance company or lawyer representatives the opportunity to fully qualify the candidate prior to retention. This includes a free initial conference call to discuss the basics of your case to see if there is a good match.
The forensic experts directory include any type of engineer albeit mechanical engineer to chemical engineer to biomechanical engineers involved in accident reconstruction; forensic fire investigators to fires cause and origin and fire code and life safety codes; forensic computer, electronic discovery, patent infringement and data recovery; financial including forensic accounting, securities and banking; real estate including escrow, foreclosures short sales; forensic sciences like ballistics, trace evidence, and tire marks; law enforcement tactics and procedures, corrections and use of force, just to name a very few.
Medical testimony services consist of medical doctors, nurses, administrators and those first responders like paramedics and emergency medical technicians, pharmaceutical, pharmacological, pharmacy biomedical and any one involved in the healthcare industry. This may include medical malpractice.
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"In addition, he always took the time to talk to me regarding his opinion and the bases thereof. I would use him again without any reservations."
Gordon J. Hauser, Esq.
Santa Ana, California
Hauser & Hauser
The future condition of pediatric patients discharged from the emergency department can never be guaranteed even when the diagnosis has been clearly defined. As a result we are dependent on our clinical judgment of the patients’ stability as well as the understanding and capability of the parents in safely discharging patients. Up to 75% of patients/parents do not understand the instructions given at the time of emergency department discharge and not surprisingly almost all malpractice complaints arising from the emergency department have incomplete discharge instructions as a component.Read More…
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