National Medical Consultants, P.C. is the premiere medical review team from some of the finest institutions in the country. Initial screening based on the summary of your medical malpractice case is always performed by qualified doctors at no charge. Services available to only medical malpractice attorneys and LNC's.
National Medical Consultants, P.C. is a physician owned and operated company representing a panel of over 3700 distinguished specialists in all areas of medicine from some of the finest institutions in the country including Yale, Einstein, Columbia, Cornell, the University of Pennsylvania, Emory, UCLA, and Stanford. They are all board certified, active in medical practice, and many are published in medical journals.
Our physicians do not consider themselves to be a part of a service but a group of doctors from some of the finest institutions giving honest objective opinions for both the plaintiff and the defense. Many have never testified and legal work makes up less than 5% of their annual income. They are willing to step forward through the entire legal process to support those who have been injured by significant errors or physicians that find themselves in frivolous lawsuits. Attorneys always work one on one with their specialists.
We offer prompt access, if necessary, to our doctors and the ability to help you interpret their findings. Our physicians will review medical records to ascertain whether or not there has been a deviation from the standard of care. In addition we can assist your firm with product liability and other health related issues.
National Medical Consultants, P.C. has on its panel life care/economic planners. These specialists can assess the damage suffered and anticipate the future needs of the injured party so that a monetary award is fair and appropriate. The vast majority of life care plans can be completed for $4,500. Please click on our website to see examples of two of our plans.
An important service which we have instituted is a unique brain damaged infant panel comprised of 14 obstetrical and pediatric subspecialties. Of particular note and one of the foundations of our panel is our placental pathology group. They will examine placentas microscopically for abnormalities which may cause fetal anoxia. In addition substances that some stressed babies produce, namely cytokines, will cause brain damage in the neonate. Using these two modalities combined with a careful review of birth events we find we can provide significant support in defending obstetricians. Unfortunately those who have not responded appropriately to signs of fetal distress cannot be defended.
Our goal is to meet and exceed the needs of your firm in health related areas.