Medical malpractice. I have a lawyer,,but am finding a hard time finding a doctor to explain my damages in court and explain what the cosmetic device is capable of...I was severely injured with Teigamenial Neuralgia and eye damage, etc. I am very young and now am on disability. I am having a hard time finding a Dr. to represent me in court. Any suggestions?
You need a lawyer to represent you. Get local malpractice counsel involved to arrange for an expert review of the medical records and imaging studies to determine if the standard if care was violated and caused injuries sufficient enough to warrant the great expense of a malpractice action.
I am not sure why that is your job. Your attorney should find the necessary experts. If your attorney has experience in this area of law she should have enough contacts to find the necessary expert. In addition there are many, many expert witness services that will locate experts. You can google that! If you are simply talking about an expert to discuss how the injury affects your life, why not your current treating doctors who should know you the best.
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Finding experts and witnesses to testify is your attorney's job. There are many places one can look to find experts, and your lawyer is most likely well aware of where to look and how to retain them for consultation and/or court.
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I think you're the same poster. I do Ulthera cases and already have the experts. You need help.
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