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The book offers detailed advice to experts across a range of medico-legal issues and illustrates key learning points with examples of evidence that will either help or hinder lawyers in progressing claims.
Giles Eyre (9 Gough Square chambers) and Lynden Alexander (Professional Solutions Learning and Development) have written a comprehensive guide to medico-legal report writing in civil claims. The book offers detailed advice to experts across a range of medico-legal issues and illustrates key learning points with examples of evidence that will either help or hinder lawyers in progressing claims.
The book focuses on four essential aspects of medico-legal work:-
The book is written for medical experts and those who instruct them. It introduces easy to use techniques to help experts apply essential legal principles in practical reporting situations. It can also serve as a valuable reference when experts need guidance on to how to approach a wide-variety of reporting issues – from fundamental issues of causation and damage through to many difficult reporting situations.
The book can also be an invaluable communication tool to bridge the ‘communication void’ that often exists between experts and their lawyers – helping both sets of professionals to communicate clearly on many of the difficult issues that arise in medico-legal practice.