Medicolegal refers to the legal and ethical considerations related to the practice of cosmetic surgery, plastic surgery, forensic medicine, personal injury or medical litigation. It encompasses issues such as informed consent, patient safety, proper record-keeping, advertising and marketing practices, and potential malpractice or negligence claims. We adhere to professional standards, laws and regulations to protect the rights and interests of the patients and avoid any legal ramifications. We also offer medicolegal service. Professor Hindocha is able to provide Medicolegal services across all his locations; London, Bedford, Midlands and the Northwest. 

We also offer a Medicolegal service providing reports for many aspects of medicine and surgery:
  • Plastic, Reconstructive, Cosmetic, Laser & Hand Surgery
  • General Forensic Medicine including criminal cases
  • Injuries sustained whilst in police custody
  • Medical negligence claims
  • Hand surgery –tendons and nerves, Dupuytren’s contracture Upper Limb
  • Soft tissue trauma
  • Skin grafting
  • Burns & scalds Skin lumps
  • Scarring & skin defects -Nerve injuries
  • Injuries at work e.g. Lacerations, burns, scars, crush injuries Injuries from assault e.g. scars on the face or elsewhere
  • Injuries resulting from accidents e.g. Road traffic accidents (RTA) Injuries sustained in public places e.g. falls
  • Dog bites
  • Injuries at work e.g. Amputation of finger / thumb, fingertip injuries, lacerations, finger fractures, hand fractures, burns, nerve injury e.g. fractures, joint replacement surgery, nerve decompression surgery, tendon repair
  • Work related compensation claims
  • Injuries sustained in public places e.g. 15. Falls, crush injuries, lacerations
  • Chronic hand and wrist problems relating to work e.g. RSI, DeQuervain's tenosynovitis, carpal tunnel syndrome
  • Patients requiring laser treatment


Expert Witness

They are experienced specialists in their line of work. They provide opinions on issues related to standards of care and patient outcomes.

Forensic & Criminal Cases

Refers to the application of medical knowledge and expertise in legal investigations and trials.

Medical Negligence

Refers to evaluation of a case or surgery if the appropriate standard of care was followed.

Personal Injury

Refers to evaluation of physical, emotional or psychological harm caused by an injury sustained. Whether this injury be an accident or injury at work.