Medical Record Review Services

A family may have questions about the passing of a loved one and the medical treatment that he or she received. In particular, the family may wish to know if the medical provider contributed to his or her passing as a result of negligence, omissions, or errors....
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Evaluation of Nonfatal Injuries

Legal counsel and law enforcement may benefit from non-fatal injury evaluation as part of their criminal and civil cases. As a forensic pathologist, Dr. Chundru can examine the records and reports available to determine whether an injury is consistent with the claims being made....
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Forensic Consultant

Dr. Chundru brings nearly 15 years of experience to his work with clients. He has conducted over 5,000 autopsy procedures and has reviewed thousands of cases involving death and serious injury. Clients choose him both for the expertise he offers and for his compassionate, communicative, and professional approach....
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Medical Malpractice Expert Witness

When a loved one passes away or is seriously injured following medical treatment, the family may believe that the healthcare provider is at fault. Families may hire legal representation to pursue these claims, while healthcare providers may require legal counsel in their defense. ...
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Pathology Expert Witness

Many questions may remain even after a medical examiner performs an autopsy or a physician renders a medical opinion. Physical examinations, laboratory data, hospital records, and crime scene reports can all have different interpretations based on the focus of a Forensic investigation and on the experience and skill of the investigator....
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Second Autopsy

Though a Medical Examiner's Office may conduct an autopsy when a person passes away, there are cases in which the family of a loved one may request a second autopsy. Most commonly, this is to get information and answers that the Medical Examiner's Office hasn't provided....
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Private Autopsy

When a local Medical Examiner's office decides not to perform an autopsy following a person's death, that decision may leave the family with questions about the passing of their loved one. In these cases, families can have a Forensic Pathologist conduct a private autopsy....
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