Mike Hayton has over 20 years of experience in preparing medical reports.

His clinical practice is exclusively hand and wrist problems and therefore only prepares medical reports in these areas.

Mike reports on personal injuries, work related upper limb disorders and clinical negligence. He receives instructions from both defendant and claimant.

Mike now receives his instructions through Think MedicoLegal which facilitate the provision of Medicolegal Reports without any additional fees or charges to the instructing party.

They are NOT an agency and operate using a bespoke secure online portal where instructions and medical records can be uploaded.

Think's founding company (Resolve Medicolegal) has grown and developed in Scotland over the last 5 years and now works with over  110 different law firms, facilitating the provision of medicolegal reports.
Based on this success they founded a sister company in England, Think Medicolegal.

The key points to note are:

  • Think Medicolegal is not an agency.
  • There is no charge to the solicitor nor any additional fees for using their services.
  • Experts set their own fees and invoice you directly.
  • Secure on line case management system.

The secure online case management system is simple, easy to use and keeps you updated throughout the process of providing the report.

It takes just a few minutes to register with Think Medicolegal ( and once you are registered, all instructions for Mr Hayton can be uploaded to the secure portal, along with medical records and other documnents. You will also be able to view a list of all the other experts Think work with, including their CVs and T&Cs. Once the report is ready, the expert uploads it to the same secure portal for you to download at your convenience. You are sent automatic updates at each stage of the process.

The Think website is

Anne McCalla remains his medicolegal secretary and can be emailed

For Mike's CV please register and visit the Think Website.


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