Updated Guide to Personal Injury Lawsuits for Medical and Rehabilitation Professionals published

Updated Guide to Personal Injury Lawsuits for Medical and Rehabilitation Professionals published

Today, Martin & Hillyer released its updated 2015-16 Guide to Personal Injury Lawsuits for Medical and Rehabilitation Professionals.  The Guide is a free quick-reference tool for members of medical and rehabilitation-related professions who become involved as experts and treatment providers in personal injury litigation.

It provides an overview the essential role that treating and expert practitioners play in the lawsuit, tips on how treating practitioners can avoid hurting their patient’s case, details about the different kinds of experts that get retained in personal injury lawsuits, guidelines for preparing expert reports, as well as tips to provide effective expert testimony in court. It can help with common questions such as:

  • Do I have to disclose my records?
  • What kind of an expert am I?
  • How do I write a powerful medical-legal report?
  • How much can I charge for my services?
  • How should I prepare for a tough cross-examination?
  • How do I apply the right legal test?

Download a digital version of the 2015-16 Guide by clicking here. You can also request a bound copy by emailing and we will be pleased to send you one, free of charge.

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