Services Prior to Trial
Review of Medical Records
The review of medical records may only be relevant in particular cases, however, such a process can help to reveal the motives and intentions of involved parties and aid to determine why decisions which relate to the case may have been instigated by the medical condition of a party involved.
In addition, a review of medical records may reveal an influence that may have been caused by a drug historically prescribed which may have determined an action or decision in question.
Medical records can also be used to question the credibility of a party involved such as that of a witness and their motives.
In the right situation, a review of medical records can strengthen the plaintiff’s stance greatly with substantial power to question motive and credibility against the opposition as well as defend an action or decision in question.