Occupational Health Assessment

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If you are tired of receiving conflicting, ambiguous or simply vague occupational health advice then our straight-to-the point, no-nonsense reports will be of interest to you.

As a qualified occupational health specialist and practicing barrister Dr Charlesworth-Jones will provide a concise, insightful report which marries medical facts and findings with the necessary legal tests an Employment Tribunal would apply.

Ryminster’s independent expert specialises in reporting on issues which are contentious or where previous advice has failed to provide clear direction. We regularly provide independent occupational health assessments where proceedings are likely or have already been issued at the Employment Tribunal so that the issues between the parties can become clearer – often avoiding unnecessary litigation.

Our impartial professional accepts instructions from HR departments and solicitors representing claimants and respondents; joint reports can also be provided.

Most commonly our reports are instructed to cover: –

A prompt appointment and report turnaround together with a range of venues and even home or work visits ensures our service is second to none.

To book, make further enquiries or if you have a specific question you would like us to answer either call us on 0871 704 2727, email occupation@ryminster.com or complete the how can we help request form on the right of this page.

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 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

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