Independent Personal Injury Impairment Rating
If the client didn’t recover to pre-injury status, you must prove it
- If you don’t provide an impairment rating, the payor’s software will assume there is no permanence and settle accordingly.
- The impairment rating is the second largest value driver in a personal injury case.
- We are independent. We are not the treating doctors and we didn’t participate in the course of treatment.
- Dispute previously rendered impairment ratings.
- Pre-litigation: The payor’s software assumes no permanence unless you provide the rating.
- Litigation: You must prove there has been an impairment and a future impairment.
- We will testify in deposition or live trial testimony, as an EXPERT witness, for an additional fee.
- We reference the AMA Guides to Permanent Impairment, 6th This is the latest edition and Dr. Bramblett was trained and certified by the guide’s senior contributing editor.
- We use state of the art, digital, wireless, and calibrated equipment during our in-person, one-on-one evaluations.
$1,250 if performed in San Antonio, TX.
$1,750 if performed outside of San Antonio, TX.
$2,750 expedited rate: To have the client evaluated before the next scheduled visit to that geographical area.
We accept pre-payment, or your letter of protection. We do NOT reduce. We are an expert opinion, not a treating provider.