I think a lot of it has to do with two issues, sometimes they just don’t put enough effort in.
That’s the one thing is when it comes to a personal injury case for a doctor, it is more work.
I’m not going to lie. It is more work, it’s more documentation, but it’s also going to be much more rewarding for a couple of reasons.
First of all, you’re helping someone who’s in more pain from something that they didn’t cause themselves, they had no issue over and you’re helping them get better.
Two, you’re also getting to work with multiple different experts in the area with an attorney and co-managing with other doctors. So you’re building that bond.
All around it’s going to be way more worthwhile. But you have to take that extra work. We can’t half pass it, unfortunately.
And there’s a little more inherent risk involved with handling a personal injury patient.
But the risk-reward is greater as well for several reasons, most of which is what you described.