Do you need help finding the right forensic expert? Call us on +44 (0)161 218 0223 Medico-legal Expert Report Writing Course (British Medical Association, November 2017) Endocrinology experts can testify and act as legal counsel on legal issues related to the human endocrine system. These experts can counsel and serve as witnesses in cases involving thyroid, diabetes, pediatric endocrinology, hormones, Addison`s disease, congenital adrenal hyperplasia (adrenogenital syndrome), adrenocortical cancer, adrenocortical cancer, mineralocorticoid deficiency, Conn syndrome, Cushing`s syndrome, heochromocytoma and other endocrine-related problems. You can find my full CV here. I started my forensic work in 2017 and have followed several recognized trainings. These include: Dr. Younis` professional liability insurance covers his forensic advice and is currently offered by the Medical Defence Union (MDU): 302431C. Medical Legal Practice: Key Questions for Physicians as Expert Witness (British Medical Association, March 2017) Dr. Younis has been instructed as an expert witness in endocrinology, diabetology and general internal medicine for several years and is frequently quoted by plaintiffs and defendants in cases of clinical negligence and assault. Taught. He completed his forensic training at Bond Solon and is registered with APIL, AvMA and the UK Register of Expert Witness. Dr. Younis runs weekly medical law clinics in Manchester, but enjoys making home and prison visits. Its ratio between plaintiff and defendant is about 70/30 and it can usually process reports within 4-6 weeks, earlier if necessary.

I received instructions from the plaintiff`s and defendant`s legal teams. If you need a quote regarding a specific case or customer, do not hesitate to contact us. My guideline is £300 per hour, and reports usually amount to 6-12 hours of work. Reporting can take 2 to 6 weeks, depending on the complexity. factors in the development or aggravation of diabetes and endocrine diseases; I am able to comment on a range of topics in the contexts of endocrinology and diabetes, including: Prevention, development and, in some cases, treatment of side effects and other diseases associated with these conditions. Excellence in Report Writing: Written Evidence (Bond Solon Training, December 2017) Long-term treatment and prognosis of patients with diabetes or endocrine diseases; and.