Find out what a private investigator background check is and what information they can uncover.
Published by by HireAPI - 20/11/2018
+ Failing to diagnose (or misdiagnosing) an injury, illness, or disease+ Not reading laboratory results correctly or ignoring the results+ Undergoing a surgical procedure that’s not necessary+ Being given the wrong or not needed medication or dosage+ Not having the standard aftercare one should require+ Being discharged from hospital prematurely+ Ignoring a patient’s medical history+ Failing to order proper medical tests or recognize symptoms
+ Work with medical experts to develop theories, testimony and expert reports, to strengthen your case+ Take depositions of medical experts, medical personnel and other parties related to the case.+ Gather and analyze medical records+ Obtain independent medical examinations of any injuries, illnesses, or conditions+ Perform medical research relating to injuries, illnesses, or conditions+ Work with legal nurse consultants to analyze and review your case, medical records, doctor's notes, etc.
+ Obtain all medical records; including diagnoses, treatments, etc.+ Finding, interviewing, and taking statements of witnesses involved+ Background checks of healthcare workers for past medical malpractices, disciplinary actions, correct qualifications to practice, substance abuse, etc.+ Investigate and compare the medical procedures used during the incident for departures from standard medical procedures+ Research specific drugs, procedures, and treatments used to ensure they were appropriate+ Consult with legal and medical experts to determine any negligence
+ Write down dates and times of everything in chronological order+ Record hospital / practitioner visits including names of hospitals, doctors, practitioners+ Record prescriptions and treatments given and by whom, for how long for, additional treatments and examinations needed+ Write down what mental and physical effects were experienced whilst on those treatments+ Keep all notes and correspondents with all hospitals and practitioners involved+ If possible, record conversations with a covert recording device (laws permitting of course)