Bridging the gap between law and medicine
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Bridging the gap between Law & Medicine

Welcome To Ryminster

Ryminster Medical Services provide medical and legal services to all providers, both minor and major, in the medico – legal sector.

We specialise in providing medical expert witness evidence training. With years of medical expert witness work under our belt we have a specialist Expert Witness department to provide the latest developments in specialist training for medical experts and specialist lawyers.

Our services are designed by solicitors, doctors and barristers so you can guarantee they will perform to your highest professional expectations.

Ryminster’s Doctors hold regular clinics throughout the country (see sidebar for locations and dates) with other areas being served by a network of associate experts.

Personal Injury

  • RTA
  • Low velocity Impact
  • Employer’s and Public Liability cases
  • Holiday injuries

Professional Negligence

Industrial Disease

  • Noise Induced Hearing Loss
  • Hand Arm Vibration Syndrome
  • Work Related Upper Limb Disorders
  • Repetitive strain

Occupational Health

  • Evidence for Employment Tribunals
  • Fitness to work
  • Absence assessment and management
  • Performance assessment

We know that experts can determine the success of a case and finding the right one can often be difficult. Please call to discuss your requirements and we shall be pleased to advise and assist.

Having worked with Dr Charlesworth-Jones on several complicated cases in the past I am happily able to recommend him; as an expert he has the ability to analyse the materials presented to him in a manner which is both easy to digest and appropriate to diver legal forums. In my view, a useful medico-legal report is required to be succinct, impartial and instructive and I have no doubt that in all of Dr Charlesworth-Jones’ reports these objectives have been achieved. I have been highly impressed by his lack of equivocation and his ability to work to close deadlines. I have little doubt that in the absence of these reports my own cases would have become highly disputatious.”
Nigel Brockley
Barrister, No5 Chambers