Free consultation to determine the best medical expert witness
Preliminary review by a board-certified medical specialist in the chosen field to determine if there is a malpractice
Written report and/or discussion with the expert witness
We have experts in all 50 states, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands who can review your case and assess its potential for litigation.
Board Certified, Orthopedic Surgery in 2000
Recertification, Orthopedic Surgery in 2010
Recertification Scheduled, Orthopedic Surgery in 2020
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We help you build stronger cases with critical expert insights.
We’ll start by speaking with you to determine the specific field of expertise your case requires. After your free consultation, we’ll connect you with the appropriate medical expert in a timely manner, and they’ll begin their case analysis.Expert Search >
After reviewing your case, your assigned specialist will prepare a thorough written report detailing their assessment of the facts. They will also be available to discuss their assessment over the phone with privileged parties.Expert Search >
Your dedicated expert witness will be available and willing to provide sworn testimony describing and defending their assessment of your malpractice case. Our practitioners are familiar with malpractice cases, including witness examination.Expert Search >
The most trusted credibility indicator in the medical community is board certification. Our specialists are board-certified and actively practicing in their field and can confidently determine whether malpractice was committed.Expert Search >
Once your malpractice case is assigned, your dedicated specialist will follow the case to the end. We believe this increases familiarity with the witness, improves efficiency, and eliminates opportunities for miscommunication.Expert Search >
Reliable Clinical Experts makes it easy to find actively practicing, board-certified, and highly credible medical experts in virtually any specialization who are willing and able to consult and testify for your medical malpractice suit.Expert Search >
We know your cases can change and settle at any time. You’ll only pay for the time you use, regardless of the initial time estimates.Expert Search >
Many cases require expedited services, so we’re always prepared to offer an accurate expert assessment of the medical facts of your case with the fasted possible turnaround.Expert Search >
In legal matters, excellent service is more than a nicety. It’s vital to the outcome of your case. Reliable Clinical Experts deliver detailed, accurate assessments and testimony on schedule every time.Expert Search >
Reliable Clinical Experts reviews medical malpractice cases to determine their potential for litigation. Our medical legal consultation provides our clients, before they invest in expensive trial preparations, with reasonably priced clinical expertise in distinguishing real medical malpractice from the occurrence of known possible complications or a failure to communicate between physician and patient. All analyses are performed by our team of highly qualified expert medical witnesses in various fields of specialization. Our reliable medical experts work closely with our research department, which is available to our clients to investigate medical legal questions of any complexity.
If you’ve found yourself thinking, “I need an expert medical witness service,” Reliable Clinical Experts can help you find an expert witness and prepare a solid case that’s sure to provide a favorable outcome. So whatever your medical malpractice case may consist of, work with an expert witness to ensure your case is in good hands. Contact us today. We look forward to working with you!
Many patients complaints do not constitute true medical malpractice. Our company accounts for this reality by offering a pro-rated fee schedule, ensuring that our clients pay less for the analysis of a case that we feel is not medical malpractice at all. If we review a case and determine that no malpractice has occurred, and thus no litigation is indicated, there will be no additional fees. If your case goes to court, testimony will be provided by the same medical expert witness you’ve been working with all along.
All potential medical malpractice cases are reviewed for the same reasonable fee regardless of the thickness of the file, making our services ideal for attorneys or organizations of any size and with any budget.
Benefits of Choosing Reliable Clinical Experts:
We know your cases can change and settle at any time. You’ll only pay for the time you use, regardless of the initial time estimates.
Many cases require expedited services, so we’re always prepared to offer an accurate expert assessment of the medical facts of your case with the fasted possible turnaround.
We’re familiar with the standards by which medical expert witness testimony is judged. Your specialist will adhere to those standards in their consultation, written assessment, and verbal testimony.
In legal matters, excellent service is more than a nicety. It’s vital to the outcome of your case. Reliable Clinical Experts deliver detailed, accurate assessments and testimony on schedule every time.
Serving as an expert witness requires more than an extensive knowledge of one’s specialty. It takes a working knowledge of standards and expectations, which we’ve developed over three decades.
Credibility is a vital quality in an expert witness. Regardless of the specialty you require, your specialist will be board certified and background checked prior to your case review.
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We help you build stronger cases with critical expert insights.
My firm has been working with RCE in excess of three years and we have had nothing but good results. Not only is RCE expeditious when responding to an expert request, they are very thorough. They provide the type of report, in the proper format, to satisfy various procedural and substantive requirements here in Illinois. They first establish a firm understanding of the facts and apply the knowledge that they know to determine if a case can be made for medical malpractice and other forms of healthcare negligence. They not only help attorneys practicing in these areas but also their clients in opining if a meritorious case exists. They do not “sugar-coat” any of their reports but call them as they see them. I would encourage others to give them a try!
It has been a pleasure to work with Reliable Clinical Experts over the past years. You have connected us with exceptionally well qualified physicians and other experts who are articulate and present their opinions in a convincing manner. When there has been a time crunch, you have expedited the work and have helped us meet all of our deadlines. When I have asked for an expert with special qualifications that may not have been in your known group of consulting experts, you have found that expert. For example, 1 recently needed an oncology physician and specified that I wanted someone at Sloan-Kettering, you found that person. In addition, you are a great sounding board to screen the case in the first instance and to determine the various types of experts who may be required and where to focus first in the evaluation
of the case. Your assistance has been of great benefit to my practice.
I would recommend you to any attorney seeking expert assistance with a medical-legal case.
The parties to a lawsuit must retain medical malpractice experts and disclose the substance of their testimony to the court. If neither party engages an expert, the court will decide the case for the other party before starting the trial. The exception is when it does not require an expert opinion.Get Started
When you require the services of a medical malpractice expert witness, choose Reliable Clinical Services. For over 30 years, we have provided law firms, individuals, companies, and governmental entities with cost-effective, highly qualified subject matter experts and expert witnesses in the area of medical malpractice.Get Started
The rules governing who may testify as a medical expert varies by state. An expert may earn the designation of specialist through a combination of academic and practical experience or by passing a board examination. If the case involves general medicine, a broader range of physicians will possess the necessary knowledge and training to serve as expert witnesses.Get Started
While identifying and selecting expert witnesses can be challenging when preparing for a trial, providing expert witness testimony is critical if you want to win your client’s case. However, not any expert witness will suffice. Not only do you need someone competent, qualified, and knowledgeable in their field; you also need someone who can communicate effectively and maintain their credibility and composure during depositions and on the witness stand.Get Started
Certain states have enacted special rules to prevent “career” experts from providing expert testimony, requiring that experts devote most of their time to practicing medicine. You can count on Reliable Clinical Experts to offer the right expert for the right case at the right time. Our expert witness team is also available 24 hours a day to address questions or concerns as they arise.Get Started
Almost all medical malpractice cases require expert testimony from a medical expert. Without it, the court may prematurely resolve the matter. This outcome is due to not having enough technical information a jury or jury needs to make a reasonable decision.Get Started
Expert medical witnesses are primary players in medical malpractice and negligence cases. Their services can be the difference between winning a settlement for a victim or a doctor maintaining his medical license in an unreasonable lawsuit. Selecting the right expert witness is often the key to securing victory. However, finding medical expert witness services isn’t quite as simple as popping over to the local hospital and asking for professional medical opinions at the food court. Here’s a quick guide to a few of the things medical malpractice experts provide.Get Started
Long before a trial takes place, expert witnesses help attorneys understand complicated and technical subjects. In a medical malpractice or negligence case, that may mean a surgeon helps the attorneys understand all the medical decisions that lead to the surgery and then walking legal staff and attorneys through the surgical procedure.
Often, this takes place before a lawsuit is even filed. In medical negligence cases, experts will help lawyers determine whether standards of care were breached in a particular instance. In some states, the expert witnesses are required to have certain areas of expertise and be willing to testify. Every state is a little bit different, so medical cases may require expert testimony before a review panel or other deliberative body in advance of filing litigation.Get Started
If a medical case advances to litigation, both sides typically retain experts to argue their sides. These experts will give depositions providing insight and opinions on what happened. A deposition is recorded testimony given under oath. Often, attorneys for both sides are present during a deposition and can ask questions. These depositions are often the most critical pieces of discovery in a medical malpractice case.
Many times, cases can be resolved without going to court based on the strength of expert testimony. Thanks to the expertise and knowledge of medical witnesses, some cases are settled after depositions are taken.Get Started
As you can see, having the right expert witnesses can make or break a case. So what are some traits of the most reliable medical experts?
First, the best are unbiased sources of information. Truthful analysis of standards of care are what a judge and jury seek in reaching a decision in a case. So medical expert witnesses should be objective and accurate.Get Started
A trial judge–in determining whether a candidate can be called an expert–will consider whether the witness’s research is peer reviewed, whether whatever theory the expert is advancing can be tested, whether there’s a known error rate for the theory, and then the general acceptance of the theory by the greater scientific community.
Finally, the best witnesses are aggressive in explaining their knowledge, experience, and their reasoning. Because there are no uniform standards for credentialing medical experts, many medical expert witnesses realize that they could be sanctioned or sued if their information isn’t rock solid.Get Started
Some medical societies request that physicians who testify as experts join so they are held accountable to certain ethical standards. Professionals who belong to medical societies who testify irresponsibly can be subject to various forms of discipline.
From helping make a determination in whether a lawsuit is the best course of action to testifying in open court, medical expert witnesses are the backbone of medical malpractice and negligence cases.Get Started