Occupational Safety

The Forensic Panelís expert neuroradiologists have particular experience in reviewing the effects of accidents and traumas to the head and spinal cord. Using advanced techniques such as computer tomography (CT), magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), positron-emission tomography (PET), and ultrasound, the neuroradiologist can evaluate the extent of the injury and gain insight into functional problems in the brain as a result of the accident. Neuroradiology contributes to a structural understanding of the significance of the injury and can help courts determine the cause of injury.

The Forensic Panelís peer-review disciplines the examination to take full and appropriate contextual account of neuropsychological testing data and other clinical information. or this reason, evidence driven neuroradiology assessments of The Forensic Panel emphasize credibility gained through grounding in established scientific standards, rather than partially informed presumptions. Such scientific certainty is essential to disputes and litigation that are workplace-related Ė or only claim to be.