Attitude is a little thing that makes a big difference.

Winston Churchill


The medical examination for medico-legal purposes is similar to a visit to your doctor but the purpose is different.

The doctor is not seeing you to advice you on your condition or to initiate any treatment. In addition, the doctor will not be making any judgment on who was at fault leading to your injury. The primary role of the expert is to document the background and circumstances of the injury as far as is relevant to the medical assessment.