How an expert radiologist will 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. In radiology, a field associated rapidly advancing technology, it is sometimes even more difficult to for a jury to comprehend the imaging findings, anatomic relationships, and associated pathology or concepts essential to a case. 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.

Medical demonstrative evidence & RAD1000

A picture is worth 1000 words, and a video is worth 1,000,000. Radsurity has partnered with RAD1000 to create illustrations that reflect the findings in your case. As board-certified radiologists, we will use special postprocessing software to create annotated high-quality medical images and/or video that will make the pathology extremely tangible for any jury or layperson to understand. With annotations, we are able to create a 3D side-by-side pictorial comparison of the pathology with the expected normal reference anatomy in a similar demographics. This will save you both time and money as there will be less expert testimony required, and less ambiguity about the case. We will work closely with you.

Radiology expert witness areas include, but are not limited to the following: Diagnostic Radiology, Expert witness for either Plaintiff or Defense, Medical Record review, Demonstrative evidence (medical), Gastrointestinal Imaging, back/neck and spine pain/imaging, Neuroradiology, CT, MRI, PET scan (positron emission tomography) and PET-CT, Oncologic Imaging of cancer, Nuclear Medicine, Nuclear Radiology, Fluoroscopy, Ultrasound, X-ray/Radiography (plain films), Vascular Imaging, Interventional Radiology, Fine Needle Aspirations, Paracentesis and Thoracentesis, CT guided biopsy, Angiography and aneurysm Imaging, Mammography (both screening and diagnostic, both analog and digital), Pulmonary imaging, Cardiac Imaging, Musculoskeletal and Orthopedic imaging, Arthrography (hip, shoulder, knee, joint), Genitourinary Imaging, Breast Imaging (stereo biopsy, cyst aspiration, needle localization), Pediatric imaging, VCUG, Head and Neck Imaging, Pediatric Imaging, OB/GYN imaging, Neonatal imaging, Hysterosalpingography, Independent Medical Exam reviews (IMEs), Utilization reviews, medical malpractice, personal injury protection, second opinion imaging reviews, depositions and trial testimony, Medical lecture presentations for either lay or legal audiences.