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Role of Organized Medical Records in Bipolar Disability Cases

  • 04 Jul 2018
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As you prepare for an important social security disability case, nothing is more important than access to a clear, detailed and organized medical history for your client. While this can be a lengthy and very time-consuming process for lawyers that attempt to complete it on their own, there are professionals available that have the knowledge […]

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How Can Medical Chronology Help Lawyers in Cancer Disability Cases?

  • 02 Jul 2018
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Medical chronology preparation is an important aspect of any successful legal case. This vital service is designed to help lawyers utilize a clear and organized view of their client’s medical history and charts in a variety of different cancer disability cases. In fact, a well-organized chronology can help to highlight the most important aspects of […]

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Medical Chronologies in Medical Malpractice Cases

  • 01 May 2018
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Medical chronologies provide vital evidence in medical malpractice cases that show someone has suffered a severely disabling disease or disorder due to physician error. A medical chronology is a complete and detailed record of clinical events affecting the defendant from the time the medical malpractice occurred to the present. To create a medical malpractice chronology, […]

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How Chronology Helps to Win Compensation for Medical & Clinical Negligence

  • 30 Apr 2018
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When a client has been injured as a result of medical or clinical negligence, a clear timeline of events is extremely important as you build your case. For a lawyer, putting together case files is necessary to examine key details in the case. But the actual task of creating a chronology for clinical negligence can […]

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Why Hire a Medical or Legal Memo Writing Service?

  • 16 Mar 2018
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When you’re working on a disability case, you have a lot of things going on at once. Not only are you working to gather your information and meet deadlines, you also have to walk your clients through the process while taking care of their needs and concerns. With all this going on, the last thing […]

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Medical Summary Services for Disability Attorney

  • 13 Feb 2018
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There is a lot of work that goes into building a disability case. These types of cases require a lot of evidence in order to help your client get approved for Social Security disability benefits. You may want to consider using a disability attorney medical summary service to help build your case. This is a […]

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How a Medical Summary Helps in Workers Compensation Claim and Petitions

  • 08 Feb 2018
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When a worker is injured on the job, the natural result of such an injury is a worker’s compensation claim. Whether or not it was an accident, a result of negligence or some other factor, it’s important for the legal courts to review the information in order to decide who was at at fault and […]

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Reasons to Use a VA Disability Chronology Service

  • 29 Jan 2018
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When you are applying for VA disability, or you are representing someone who is, it’s important to build as strong a case as possible. While this is done in many ways, the most important part of the puzzle is often the medical chronology. Medical chronologies for VA disability are important because the VA uses the […]

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How Important Council Briefs are to Your Disability Case

  • 24 Jan 2018
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When your client’s application for Social Security Disability has been denied, it can be a very stressful time. If you want to pursue your case after being denied, you will need a Social Security Disability Appeal Brief if you want to move forward. It can be confusing and you may want to consult a summary […]

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What is a medical consultation report and what are the parts to it?

  • 18 Dec 2017
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A consultation report is generally ordered from a doctor who has referred another doctor to a patient. The consulting doctor is a specialist in an area that the other doctor doesn’t focus on, therefore needing a second opinion on a patient’s situation. With consultation reports, there is generally a brief history of the patient’s illness/disorder […]

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