Initial Case Evaluation: Assist in evaluating potential medical malpractice cases by reviewing initial client interviews, medical records, and other relevant documents to determine the merit of the claim.
Medical Research: Research specific medical conditions, treatment methods, and medical procedures relevant to the case to provide attorneys with a comprehensive understanding of the medical aspects.
Causation Analysis: Collaborate with attorneys to analyze medical records and expert opinions to establish a clear link between the alleged malpractice and the harm suffered by the client.
Medical Illustrations: Coordinate the creation of medical illustrations or visual aids to help explain complex medical procedures or injuries to the jury.
HIPAA Compliance: Ensure compliance with Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) regulations when handling sensitive medical records and patient information.
Deposition Summaries: Prepare detailed summaries of deposition transcripts, highlighting key points and potential areas of further investigation.
Trial Support: Assist attorneys during trial by organizing exhibits, coordinating witnesses, and managing the presentation of evidence.
Expert Witness Coordination: Facilitate communication and scheduling with medical experts who will testify in support of the client's case.
Damage Calculation: Collaborate with attorneys and experts to calculate the potential damages suffered by the client, including medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering.
Legal Software: Utilize legal case management software to organize and track case-related documents, deadlines, and tasks.
Legal Writing: Draft legal correspondence, motions, and pleadings specific to medical malpractice cases, ensuring accuracy and compliance with Georgia court rules.
Medical Record Summaries: Prepare concise and accurate summaries of complex medical records, highlighting relevant information for use in the case.
Client Communication: Maintain regular communication with clients, keeping them informed about case developments, deadlines, and important updates.
Settlement Negotiations: Assist in preparing settlement demand letters and supporting documentation for negotiation purposes.
E-Discovery Management: Handle electronic discovery tasks, including the identification, collection, review, and production of electronically stored information (ESI).
Case Strategy Meetings: Participate in strategy meetings with attorneys to discuss case progress, potential issues, and next steps.
Continuing Education: Stay up-to-date with developments in medical malpractice law, relevant medical advancements, and changes to Georgia regulations and procedures.