We understand that it can be challenging for solicitors to make contact with the correct specialists, and there can be significant delay in the instruction and receipt of reports.
Resolve Medicolegal provides a single point of contact via our friendly and responsive staff team. They will identify suitably skilled and experienced Experts to provide the required report. At any time, a medical Expert is available for discussion about individual requirements.
We will note any specific technical or practical requirements within the instructions, and feedback to the solicitor the choices of specialists, locations, timeframes and costs to provide the completed report. It should be noted, that the specialists determine their individual fees, but all terms and conditions will be agreed prior to preparation of reports.
Referrals are then made securely online, either to individual experts or for the first available appointment within a particular speciality.
Our unique range of services help you serve your clients:
Access live information for your cases, including details of client appointments and the report when finalised.
Whether you are a solicitor, agency, business or private individual we can assist in facilitating Medical Investigations.
We can assist in facilitating private clinical appointments with some of the top surgeons, physicians and therapists in Scotland.
I think that any practitioner, solicitor or advocate, working in the field of personal injury could not have failed to notice or to be impressed by the emergence in recent years of “Resolve Medicolegal “ as a source of independent medico-legal reports in Scotland.
They have managed to gather a talented group of medical practitioners across an increasing number of disciplines under one roof with a good geographical spread throughout the jurisdiction. Within the solicitors’ profession they have developed an enviable reputation for the efficient and timeous delivery of reports and the introduction of a centralised and approachable “can do” administrative support which is of enormous benefit to the time-pressed personal injury solicitor.
Finally, I would also note that they are always looking at ways of fostering closer links between the medical and legal professions and in recent years have opened their annual meeting to include members of the legal profession which I can attest from personal experience is of considerable benefit to both.