How will an expert radiologist help my case?

The role of an expert is to clearly communicate and delineate the facts of the case in a fashion that is readily understandable to the nonmedical audience no matter their level of education. In order to do this, the expert must have not only excellent communication skills, but also an ability to educate the jury in a way that makes the case intelligible and tangible despite their educational background. Sometimes understanding the pathology, imaging findings, or concepts essential to a case are advanced and more difficult to comprehend, and this is often true in radiology, a field associated with rapidly advancing technology. At Radsurity, our radiologist experts have a vast combined experience as educators — having given hundreds of lectures and presentation to both medical and nonmedical audiences, having authored multiple publications, and having served as faculty at reputable academic institutions in important roles such as tenured university professor and radiology residency Program Director. Our expert radiologists will speak confidently and credibly about the case explaining the findings with genuine conviction.

Radiology Validation Service

As a radiology validation service, we will provide you with the details you need to support your case:

• Validate or refute the existing radiology reports.
• Help you to determine which cases to settle.
• Save your client money.
• Validate possible pre-existing condition and the age of injury.
• Validate the existence or lack of acute trauma

All of our Radsurity radiologists are ABMS certified and do not have any disciplinary actions or outstanding malpractice claims. All radiologists accept electronic DICOM transfer, which expedites the consultation, and also saves on postage fees and to expedite turnaround. We provide consultation on all modalities of imaging studies (CT, MRI, xray, DEXA, ultrasound, mammogram, procedures, etc.)

The accuracy of our opinion is of paramount importance to us, generated as if we were the consulting radiologist involved with the ongoing care of a patient....

Daniel Cousin, M.D. (Radiologist and Founder)


Our radiologists hold certification in the following 25 states:

Alabama, Arizona, Arkansas, Alaska, California, Connecticut, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Indiana, Iowa, Illinois, Kentucky, Louisiana, Massachusetts, Missouri, Minnesota, Maryland, Michigan, Missouri, New Jersey, North Carolina, New Mexico, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Carolina,Tennessee, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin