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Forensic medicine-A New medical subspecialty?

Updated: Feb 9

Many thanks to Armin Feldman, MD, for sharing his secrets of the new medical subspecialty, “forensic medicine.” A psychiatrist and psychoanalyst by training, Dr. Feldman initially focused his energies on traumatic brain injury patients. However, for the last 13 years, he has assisted attorneys in pre-trial and pre-litigation medical-legal case preparation. To date, Dr. Feldman has accumulated vast experience, assisting in over 3,000 cases.

Rather than function as an expert witness, Dr. Feldman delves into the medical literature, interviews every client, and prepares a report. His work helps attorneys determine the merits of a case, effectively negotiate, and arrive at prompt and favorable settlements. These are not medical malpractice cases but involve disability, personal injury, or workmen’s compensation.

Dr. Feldman has already shared his experience with this type of medical-legal consulting with over 1,600 physicians. If you would like to learn more about this meaningful nonclinical work that helps people, increases your medical knowledge, and pays well, you can join Dr. Feldman at his next online seminar, April 24 and 25, 2021.

To register: www.medlegal2021.com

For more information: www.andrewwilner.com

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