EXHIBITS. DEFINITION. The word ‘Exhibit’ (legal) refers to an evidence in physical form brought before the court or authorized personnel for verification. Records to be included in the exhibits.
The word ‘Exhibit’ (legal) refers to an evidence in physical form brought before the court or authorized personnel for verification.
The purpose of exhibits is for verification of information given in the demand with the pertinent medical record. The exhibits contain the following:
Traffic Crash Report
EMS /ambulatory report
Physical Therapy records
Wage loss details
Medical evaluations stating future treatments required
Personal Belonging List
Intravenous Therapy Sheet
Physician Supplementary Certificate
Declaration of assets
There should be an initial cover page with the heading in the center “ TABLE OF CONTENTS”. This should be followed by another cover page Exhibit-1. A cover page should be added between exhibits stating the number of the exhibit.
The initial exhibit should be the one giving a detailed description of the accident or injury.
Eg: The Traffic Collision Report/Police report
The following exhibits should be made hospital/provider-wise. All the record from one particular hospital/ medical provider should be an exhibit and records from another hospital /medical provider the next exhibit.
Eg: Spartanburg Medical Center =Exhibit-A
South Orange Wellness Injury Center = Exhibit – B
Medical expenses exhibit: The consolidated bill containing the total medical expenditure for the treatment rendered by the patient should be the first bill. Following this, individual bills of various hospitals to be included.