ClaimDocs founding team cover the three core pillars for injury and disability claims: medical, legal, and rehabilitation expertise. ClaimDocs has been formed to provide physician access to those without and collaborative consultation to those that need additional medical guidance.
To provide high-quality and responsive medical care to injury victims and disabled workers.
Dr. Laura Mitchell
Dr. Laura Mitchell is a family physician with specialized training in emergency medicine and occupational medicine. Dr. Mitchell currently practices in two emergency departments in Nova Scotia. Dr. Mitchell also provides medical opinions to injury firms and provides medical treatment to injured workers through WCBNS.
Dr. Mitchell is the Medical Director of ClaimDocs. Her broad medical experience and knowledge of insurance processes help guide consulting ClaimDocs physicians in providing timely, helpful, and collaborative medical care to patients, which assists their legal teams.
She is seeing patients in Nova Scotia and Ontario.
Case Management Director
Bob has nearly 40 years helping injury victims and disabled workers to reach their full potential. Bob operates a case management company and provides services to personal injury lawyers across Canada.
Bob knows how valuable ClaimDocs can be to an injury victim's case because he has been the helping hand to countless plaintiffs who did not have access to a family physician. Bob's immense assessment and rehabilitation experience helps both consultant physicians and lawyers to implement treatment and rehabilitation plans.
Jeff runs a personal injury law firm serving clients across Atlantic Canada. His practice includes car accident, slip fall, long term disability, and medical malpractice cases.
Jeff's experience working with injured and disabled clients helped ClaimDocs develop systems and procedures that are helpful to ensure timely and effective access to care for patients.
Jeff is now a client of ClaimDocs when his clients are in need of a supportive family physician who timely access to treatment.