Training Support for your Legal Team
The majority of our experts are happy to visit the offices of our regular clients or participate in a webinar to talk to your in-house clinical negligence and personal injury teams about their specialist area of expertise and how to approach challenging and complex cases. We do not charge a fee for this service.
We have received excellent feedback from our clients telling us how beneficial it is for their teams to be able to discuss their experiences directly with an expert – especially as our experts act for both claimant and defendant. The experts can describe the techniques frequently used and areas of the medicolegal process that legal teams should be aware of and are happy to tailor a session to your individual requirements. They include helpful insight and tips to manage challenging areas such as surveillance and exaggeration.
These sessions have proved to be very popular and informative sessions for a number of our clients, providing them with an opportunity to meet our experts and ask questions to improve their own knowledge.
We have a limited number of sessions, so please call us as soon as possible if you are interested in our experts presenting to your team either in person or by webinar. The sessions usually run for approximately an hour and a half depending on the number of questions on the day and the session can be tailored to your individual needs.
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