Independent Medical Examinations (IME)

Eugene A. Bonaroti, MD FACS is a local resource for Independent Medical Examinations. These examinations are frequently conducted at the behest of an employer or an insurance carrier to obtain an independent opinion of the clinical status of the individual. Workers' compensation insurance carriers, auto insurance carriers, and self-insured employers have a legal right to this request.

We understand the complexities of these situations and want to offer all involved parties the information that is needed to proceed in these cases. That’s why our exam goals are to provide expert, fair, well-supported opinions with a rapid turn around. We also aim to maintain open communication with requesting attorneys and case parties.

If you are interested in learning more about Independent Medical Examinations, and how our services can help your representatives succeed, please reach out to our offices. We would be glad to discuss your questions and case needs further.

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Medico-Legal Consulting

When complicated medical-related legal issues arise, physicians are often asked to provide expert opinions. Should one such opinion be needed, Dr. Eugene A. Bonaroti of Eugene A. Bonaroti, MD FACS is able to provide testimony on the following:

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In addition to an expert opinion, Dr. Bonaroti is available for depositions courtroom appearances for both plaintiffs and defendants. If you are interested in learning more about Medico-Legal Consulting, and how our services can help further your case(s), please reach out to our offices. We would be glad to discuss your questions and case needs further.

Product Development

When building a product, an initial idea is a single step in the process. Building something that will benefit its users is the true challenge. Additionally, medical product design and development in general is a complex process. It requires a proper balance of (and adherence to) regulations, specifications, application requirements, and end-user needs. When one area is lacking, the product loses usefulness and therefore success.

As the need for spinal products in particular continues to grow, Dr. Eugene A. Bonaroti is able to help local developers examine the strengths and weaknesses of their product plans. With this professional assistance, the goal is to ensure that more beneficial products are made available for doctors and their patients.

If your team is beginning to look into the development of a new spinal product, consider meeting with Dr. Bonaroti for a consultation on its strengths, weaknesses, and best areas of improvement.

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