Medical summaries form the essence for resolution of personal injury cases. It describes the accident, the mechanism of injury and the immediate care provided at the scene and in the emergency room in a summarized form. Records of hospital stay, subsequent treating physicians and diagnostic testing are summarized. Treating physicians' comments regarding causation of the injuries, prognosis and permanency are included in the summary.
The medical records are first sorted and organized in chronological order, starting with the first day of the admission and the pages are bate numbered. The analysis of medical issues begins with a careful review of the records. The client's chief complaint, history of present illness, past medical history, surgical history, family history, social history (including smoking, alcohol, and drug abuse), along with current medications and allergies are captured. We also look for observations of physical examination, vital signs, examination of different organ systems, especially ones that might directly be responsible for the symptoms. Radiological tests and laboratory tests are recorded. We also mention the expected course of action to address the symptoms including follow up visits, medication (strength/ dosage/ frequency/ route), procedures, surgeries, therapies (frequency/ duration), chiropractic care, radiological and laboratory tests, referrals, off-work or off-school notes, restrictions, diet / nutrition, etc.
Medical expenses are listed in the Medical Bills summary.
Our team of para-medical staff delivers medical summaries/medical chronologies. We reviews medical records in a professional manner and deliver to you summary reports in the format of your choice.We organize records and index them for easy reference. The records are structured in a chronological manner and we include medical provider lists.
You can ask our team to highlight specific injuries or key observations on documents that are apparently missing. We do not simply summarize blindfolded what we receive. Rather we review and analyze to support the attorney in their efforts to handle a case successfully.
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