Legal Nurse Services

Submit medical records to receive a medical record summary, medical chronology or a review for merit.

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Medical Record Summary

Our team of nurses will review medical records to help identify specific records that are important to your case.  Furthermore, the current standard of care  and any pre-existing conditions that could have impacted that outcomes. 

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Merit review

One of the greatest liabilities attorneys have is taking a case that has no or weak merit. By submitting your case to our nurses, they will review the details meticulously to examine for deviations from standard of care and merit to begin the matter. 

Medical Chronology

A medical chronology puts all the relevant records and important facts in an easy to read chronological order from oldest to newest record.  The chronology will include notes from the nurse reviewer on their thoughts of specific instances.

Medical Record Summary

 

Our team of nurses will review medical records to help identify specific records that are important to your case.  Furthermore, the current standard of care  and any pre-existing conditions that could have impacted that outcomes.

 

Case Review for Merit

One of the greatest liabilities attorneys have is taking a case that has no or weak merit. By submitting your case to our nurses, they will review the details meticulously to examine for deviations from standard of care and merit to begin the matter. 
First, fill out the form below to begin the process.  A member from our team will be in touch to collect medical records if you haven’t uploaded them below. Second, After the review, one of our nurses will be in touch to arrange a phone call to discuss the case.  Lastly, If your case has merit, you will be referred experts that may be able to assist. Homestead Medical Experts makes the case evaluation for merit process as simple as possible. 

Medical Chronology Report

A medical chronology puts all the relevant records and important facts in an easy to read chronological order from oldest to newest record.  The chronology will include notes from the nurse reviewer on their thoughts of specific instances.

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