Alexander Acaster BSc (Hons)
Director of Global Operations
+44 203 355 9796 Ext: 231
With a range of fixed fee report options available for both advisory non-disclosable reports and fully court compliant disclosable reports, TMLEP provides the leading opinion you need whilst allowing your disbursements to be controlled.
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TMLEP carefully headhunt the very brightest clinical minds, to ensure that no matter how complex the clinical issue being assessed, we provide definitive, learned opinion.
Controlling disbursements can be hard, especially with expert evidence. That is why TMLEP offers clear fixed fee levels, allowing you to easily control and budget your costs.
With an average reporting time of 7 days, you no longer should expect to wait months for an expert opinion. Our technology solutions and analyst support enable leading experts to comment competently on matters within days, meaning missed deadlines and court extensions have become a thing of the past.
Every TMLEP opinion can be relied on from initial preliminary investigation, through to court.
All TMLEP opinions are clear, unambiguous and easy to understand. We leave no room for misinterpretation.
When you instruct TMLEP, you also receive support from a specialist analyst who is on hand to help with any issue you encounter when obtaining your expert opinion.
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