7.12.2 Where there is also a claim for other injuries, the provisions of section A above apply to instructions to and reports from experts in respect of those other injuries. Section A above also applies in respect of the use of any non-medical experts.
The level of detail will depend on the value of the claim. Medical reports may not Except for any claim for a whiplash injury (for which see paragraphs 7.12 above and 8.3 below), medical reports may not be necessary where there is no significant continuing injury and a detailed schedule may not be necessary in a low value case.
Funded by NIJ and managed in contract with RTI International, the National Missing and Unidentified Persons System (NamUs) brings together law enforcement, medical examiners, coroners, forensic experts, families, and the public to help resolve missing and unidentified person cases throughout the nation. NamUs provides criminal justice users a secure, online system to store, share, and compare sensitive case information, and a public component allows family members and other public stakeholders a mechanism to report cases and participate in the search for potential matches. As of January 2022, the NamUs database currently contains:
The National Violent Death Reporting System (NVDRS) is now in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. It is an ongoing surveillance (reporting) system that pools data on violent deaths from multiple sources into a usable, anonymous database. These sources are coroner/medical examiner reports (including toxicology), law enforcement reports, and death certificates.
The panel members get reports before the tribunal. These help them to decide if you should be discharged from the Mental Health Act or not. Reports usually include a medical report, a nursing report and a social circumstances report. 2b1af7f3a8