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Our Medical Legal Partnership

In 2017, ROCHE Legal entered into a Medical Legal Partnership with the Dennis Road Medical Centre in Springwood to provide cost and obligation free legal advice to their patients.

Studies in the USA have shown that such partnerships are beneficial to the health of patients who get treated by a doctor for symptoms that are often related to legal issues worrying the patient. By addressing the legal issue concerning the patient the physical, psychological and emotional health of the patient improves.

TPD Certificates

If you are making a TPD Claim and the insurer requires two statements from medical practitioners you might find yourself in the position of only having your single treating doctor to assist you.

Our lawyers are available to investigate all options for you to make a claim for total and permanent disability through your superannuation insurance.

If you require a second medical statement from a doctor, Roche Legal can arrange for you to be reviewed by one of Dennis Road Medical’s friendly and experienced doctors for an additional certification.

Injured? Get a Free Initial Consultation

It costs nothing to find out if you have a claim. Click the button below or phone us on 1300 335 334 for a free case review. You have nothing to lose and could have a lot to gain by speaking with our Brisbane compensation lawyers today.

Free compensation claim check

Hospital Visit Lawyers – Queensland Wide

Our lawyers regularly visit clients and their families any hospital in Queensland to provide free advice on potential compensation claims for personal injuries that could be made through total and permanent disability (TPD) insurance policies that are often contained in superannuation funds.

Contact us today to arrange for one of ROCHE Legal’s compensation lawyers to come see you for free, no obligation advice.

Attending an Independent Medical Examination?

It is important for independent medical examinations (IMEs) to be independent, and although the thought of being assessed by an expert doctor may cause anxiety, we do not recommend that a lawyer is present for your examination. However, our lawyers can easily prepare you for what to expect during your independent assessment, regardless of whether your assessment is for physical injuries or injuries of a psychological nature.

Read our top 5 Tips for victims attending an Independent Medical Examination (IME).