How Inaccurate Medical Information and Evaluation Commonly Destroy Claim Value

Published by Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Summary

The direct result of Inaccurate and poor-quality objective diagnostic tests (including MRI) which abound in Texas is the disabling of a person damaged by another’s negligence to prove the extent and causation of his/her injuries and the cost of resultant future deterioration, disability and medical costs. Rephrased: poor quality medicine makes the entire civil claims process inaccurate and difficult - and it’s common. Unfortunately, the responsibility to insure the quality of medical care provided to an injured client defaults to a person unqualified for that task: the plaintiff attorney. The primary purpose of this webinar is to identify common medical inadequacies that illegitimately destroy claim value, inadequacies that every plaintiff’s attorney is unknowingly victimized by, and to provide the attorney some simple methods of identifying such failures.

I will give vivid examples of how claims are devalued by poor quality MRIs, the inaccuracy of even the best quality MRI in defining appropriate treatment and the likelihood of future medical costs, how sloppy terminology in test reports leads to legal failure, the special diagnostic value of arthroscopy in major joint injuries, and how misguided some current accepted medical practices are when applied to civil justice.

Expect to be shocked. Expect to learn. Expect that your practice to be empowered by this webinar.

Presenters
Linden Dillin, M.D.
Board Certified Orthopedic Surgeon
Fellowship trained in and practice limited to arthroscopy of major joints and foot/ankle surgery
In solo private practice in Fort Worth for 32 years
Over 20,000 procedures performed
Participating as a treating doctor only in civil claims
Personal Injury care under LOP for 15 years
Deposed over 100 times as a treating doctor
Testimony provided in court

Originally Published

April 3, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • How Inaccurate Medical Information and Evaluation Commonly Destroy Claim Value
  • How Inaccurate Medical Information and Evaluation Commonly Destroy Claim Value - Paper

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