ONGOING MEDICAL-LEGAL CLAIM SUPPORT

Medical Malpractice Nurse Consultants

The Med Law Advisory team provides medical malpractice claim support in matters involving the care delivered by physicians, ambulatory surgery centers, behavioral health centers, and other inpatient and outpatient medical facilities. Whether analyzing the clinical facts of a case, identifying and securing expert witnesses, or preparing our clients for mediation or trial, our medical malpractice nurse consultant team has the clinical expertise and legal acumen to support our client’s needs throughout the litigation process. Our goal is to help ensure that claims are met with a full understanding of the strengths and weaknesses of the matter at hand.

Our Process

At Med Law Advisory Partners, we have nearly 20 years of experience in evaluating the legitimacy of healthcare and regulatory claims. This expertise allows us to conduct efficient, in-depth analyses of medical malpractice matters and develop strategic, data-driven reports that help inform the direction of litigation for our clients.

  • Evaluate circumstances leading to medical malpractice claims
  • Examine delivery of care for appropriateness
  • Develop course of action to facilitate prompt resolution
  • Create a custom report of findings

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