A companion to–and hyperlinked to–the narrative, the Case-Custom Glossary provides links to hand-picked and curated short videos, explanations, or definitions of lesser-used medical concepts and terminology to break through the legal/medical language barrier so that you and your paralegals can feel confident in your comprehension and communication of the medical jargon.
WHY THIS MATTERS
Let’s face it: You’re not a doctor, and you’re not a nurse, and that’s ok. Most the time you feel like you’re flying by the seat of your pants with all this medical stuff. Sometimes you feel like you don’t even know what you don’t know!
Not having to dig for reliable and concise layperson information about the basic anatomy (body structures) and physiology (normal function) and pathophysiology (abnormal function) of the human body as it relates to the case is critical in understanding what went wrong so you can not only understand the case yourself, but also so that you can confidently convince the jury and judge of what you believe to be the breach in standard of care and its long term impact on your client.