*George Williams is not licensed to practice law. His activities are directly supervised by members of the firm licensed to practice law in the firm’s Winston-Salem office.
For more than 24 years, George has used his medico-legal experience, creative problem-solving, and critical thinking skills to develop medical chronologies utilized by various Firm clients. As Medical and Scientific Solution’s Manager of Medical Language, George leads his team in transcribing millions of pages of medical, military, insurance, and billing records to produce case-specific claim-related chronologies that encompass all medical specialties. The Medical Language Team also has extensive experience reviewing and interpreting handwritten physician and nurse records. They have supported Firm attorneys defending a wide variety of lawsuits, including:
- Life sciences, including the pharmaceutical and medical device sectors
- Automotive product liability
- Propane and natural gas equipment and systems
- Consumer Products
Any result the lawyer or law firm may have achieved on behalf of clients in other matters does not necessarily indicate similar results can be obtained for other clients.
- Responsible for preparing medical chronologies for attorney use in thematic defense development and examinations of plaintiffs and expert witnesses.
- Responsible for identifying and preparing supporting medical and billing records for attorney use in deposition outlines, mediation, and trial for R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. in numerous personal injury/wrongful death cases across the country.
- Assisted attorneys in the defense of a pharmaceutical company in the “Fen-Phen” diet drug litigation alleging primary pulmonary hypertension and cardiac valve disease.
- Led Medical Language Team in transcribing jury questionnaires for numerous jury selection projects under the direction of a Trial Consultant.
- Developed inclusiveness protocol for identifying case-specific, claim-related information within medical records for chronology development for mass tort cases.