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People require medico-legal reports for a variety of reasons. If, for example, someone has been badly affected by an accident, or workplace negligence, or whatever, it’s not sufficient for them to simply appear in court and state that they have been suffering since the event; they need an expert witness to testify as to the symptoms they are experiencing, and the impact on their lives. Explaining and condensing often very complex issues to a format that is easy to understand and access calls for a range of highly specialised skills and quality time and attention to detail and a range of professional tools, as well as a distinct balance between empathy and objectivity. While medico legal reports are often required for court hearings, they might also be requested by schools or other institutions, or even for personal reasons.