Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
Here are some answers to questions frequently asked by our clients.
About our services
We have more than 200 medical specialists across the province of Quebec.
To meet all your needs, our services cover 20 specialties and our experts travel throughout Quebec to ensure a local presence at clinics and companies.
In addition, our three experienced medical directors, Dr. Christian Loranger, Dr. Ghyslain Dallaire and Dr. Michel Gil, ensure deployment of best practices. They are also involved in training the next generation of physicians and ensuring all our physicians have up-to-date legal knowledge.
The price of an evaluation depends on the medical expert involved, the specialty, the complexity of the file, etc. To determine whether a file is complex, we refer you to the following document: Complexity Criteria
About our clinics
The two Ducore Expertise clinics are in Montreal and Quebec City.
In Montreal, the clinic is in the Petite-Patrie district at the corner of avenue Christophe-Colomb and rue Beaubien est. Here’s how to get there:
Our Quebec City clinic is in the Sainte-Foy district at the corner of rue de l’Eglise and rue Roland-Beaudin in the Le QG (Health District) building. Here’s how to get there:
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To protect our visitors, physicians and employees in accordance with the latest Quebec Public Health recommendations, wearing a mask is mandatory at all times during medical evaluations. In addition, each person assessed at the clinic must first complete a Covid risk status form. Hand sanitizer stations are also available on our premises.
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About the expert report
The physician’s expert opinion will be sent to the requestor in a written report. The report must be short and easy to understand so that the persons concerned by the evaluation, the decision makers, the parties, the jurors and the judge can assess its content. The expert report includes a preamble, a presentation of facts and the medical expert’s conclusions and recommendations.
The preamble contains the basic data: the description of the mandate and the identification of the requestor, the questions raised in the mandate, the written and oral instructions received by the requestor, the presentation of professional credentials, the list of commented readings and documents consulted and used, the progress of the expertise, etc. It also contains data on the examinee, including identity, characteristics and the event that gave rise to the request for an evaluation.
In presenting the facts, the physician will state the essential elements of the case history, the physical examination, the interpretation thereof and the relevant investigation performed.
Taking into account the questions raised in the mandate, the expert physician will then draw conclusions and provide an opinion based on an objective assessment of facts, evidence and scientific data.
Finally, the expert will make any necessary recommendations, such as further investigation or a treatment that could prove beneficial for the examinee.
If you have any questions about an expert report, contact us by email at: