MRC’s Legal Nurse Consultants offer advanced medical insights distilled into a readable, customized work product. Our team of nurses analyze medical records, providing topnotch litigation support and medical insight to ensure the true medical story is told.
MRC provides a comprehensive Nurse Analysis of medical records for cases involving:
Nurse Review & Analysis Summary Solution
Explore our offering of strategic solutions:
MRC’s Personal Injury Review provides a succinct, accurate abstraction and analysis of the critical facts within the medical history told in medical records.
Our Summary & Chronology of Medical Records supports a client’s legal strategy by concisely stating the medical factors affecting a legal issue and by providing an informed interpretation of the medical-legal essence of the case.
MRC’s Triage® Review provides a full perspective of the situation across all plaintiffs, providing the information needed to strategically allocate resources to claims that demand more extensive reviews and analyses.
MRC’s Record Mining service ensures all sources of case evidence are identified and examined. This process includes the fastidious review of plaintiff fact sheets, medical records and all other available sources of information to provide counsel with the most complete picture of a plaintiff’s medical history.
Our Nurse Review & Analysis provides concrete medical evidence and a valuable interpretation of the medical story at hand.
Our nurses are skilled and experienced in:
- researching the medical “precedent,” including the standard of care, best medical practices and more
- researching the full extent of medical damages and the plausibility of causation
- researching chemicals for exposure routes, causation to illnesses, symptomatology and more, helping to prove or disprove liability
- the preparation of “learned medical treatises” on specific medical issues; nurses will compile the results of intensive research specific to an individual case or litigation, citing published sources and references, which can then be used by the litigation team as a reliable source of facts