MAPS Medical Reporting can help you to instruct a photographer who can capture the details of a personal injury case accurately and empathetically.
It is important to take a strong body of medical evidence to court to support your client’s claim and clinical photography can play a role in this. Accident scene photography and clinical photography can be used as evidence in a personal injury case. It can also be helpful for the court to see a visual representation of injuries described in the medico legal report.
We provide accident scene photography services for complex and serious injury cases at the location of the incident and clinical photography to evidence injuries, at the client’s home or in a professional studio. Our contact list of professionally trained photographers covers England and Wales, meaning we will be able to find a photographer for your client’s needs, no matter the site location.
The importance of properly taken, professional clinical and accident scene photographs should not be underestimated. Though it may be easy to take a photo on a smart phone or other device, the true extent of an injury or scarring – which is persuasive to the court – can only be captured through professional photography. Our extensive network of expert clinical photographers are discrete and respectful in their approach and have been specially trained in personal injury photography to produce high quality images to supplement any medical evidence.
Our team of specialists will work closely with the clinical or accident scene photographer allocated to your case. Their combined skills means they will provide the required photography and any other accompanying documents you may need, well within the time identified by the court. All of the photographers in our database are Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) checked.
If you’d like to get in touch to ask us more about the clinical photography we arrange, please contact us.
We have a contact list of professionally trained photographers to suit your client’s needs, no matter the location.