This will be up to the specialist’s discretion but in general it is preferred that the consultation is a one on one between the specialist and the examinee.
Spouses or supporting family members may be present if agreed to by the specialists during the examination but should not answer or provide information on behalf of the examinee.
If chaperone services are required please advice us in advance and we can make arrangements for the same for the period of examination.
What Does an Injured Worker Expect from an Employer? When a worker is injured at the workplace, the employer has [...Read More]
The coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic has spread all over the world, including more than 29,000 cases and close to 1,000 [...Read More]
(5mins reading time) Medico-legal cases are rarely clear cut. Lawyers often have to collect and sift through huge volumes of [...Read More]