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We assist malpractice, personal injury, and workman’s compensation attorneys with their cases.

Medical Legal Consults can provide reports backed by verifiable medical research on the validity of claims. Having this medical research and perspective can potentially bolster your case.


  • Independent medical record review.
  • Organize and summarize the key components of the case.
  • Take note of the timing of key events of the case.
  • Evaluate if hospital policies, procedures, and protocols were met.
  • Evaluate if the standard of care was met from a medical perspective.



Medical Legal Consults offers consultation that includes physician-led detailed medical research and a physician’s perspective on your case.

Our Research Reports offer you:

  • Assessment of Causation
  • Determination of Mechanism of Injury
  • Determination of Future Medical Care and Costs
  • Medical Research and Delivery of Medical Journal Articles
  • Independent Record Reviews
  • Evaluate if hospital policies and procedures were (met)
  • Help Developing Medical Theories

Our medical consultation can also provide you with a Medical Summary Report that can help you determine whether and how to move forward with your case.

The Medical Summary Report may include all or part of the following:

  • Interpretation of medical reports & records
  • Answers to specific medical questions regarding your case
  • Standard of Care reviews
  • Evaluation of case validity from a medical perspective (no legal perspective is implied or given)
  • Evaluation of the potential case value from a medical perspective



Let Medical Legal Consults assist you with coordinating the various medical components of your case.

The advantages to using Medical Legal Consults as your hub for medical information are time efficiency and cost savings. Our case coordination services include:

  • Liaison to Treating Doctors
  • Referral to Appropriate Medical Experts
  • IME Observation & Rebuttal Reports
  • Facilitation of communication with Clients, Families, Professionals, and Service & Governmental Agencies



At Medical Legal Consults, we work directly with lawyers and insurers during the pre-trial and pre-litigation phases of your case, as well as offer support during litigation or trial itself.

For many cases, Dr. Louis’s generalist and emergency medicine perspective will be sufficient. However, in some instances, a specialist will be consulted to opine.  We have access to experts in almost all specialties of medicine.

Medical Legal Consults can assist you with the litigation phase in the following ways:

  • Assistance with Case Prep
  • Deposition
  • Court Assistance
  • Expert Witness Testimony, if Dr. Louis is a relevant witness for your case
  • Assistance in finding another Expert Witness if needed



Dr. Louis will provide an unbiased expert medical opinion for both medical malpractice as well as personal injury and wrongful death cases.

  • Extensive experience:
    – Dr. Louis can provide medical opinions backed by both research and over 20 years of clinical experience as an Emergency Medical Physician practicing in a range of settings from urgent care centers, community-based hospitals, and free-standing emergency departments to trauma centers.
    – Prior deposition and courtroom experience
  • Excellence at communication:
    – He is adept at communicating complex medical matters in a clear concise manner, even to the layperson.
  • Dr. Louis is available for consultation for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.


I would like to take this opportunity to express my sincere gratitude to you, both personally and on behalf of the hospital, for your trial testimony in the above-referenced matter. I believe that your testimony was the single most important factor in the jury rendering a verdict on behalf of the hospital in this case. You demonstrated both competence and compassion. You deftly handled attempts at opposing counsel to “score points” through their references to portions of the chart out of context.
Thank you again.
– Peter A Cooke, J.D.

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