Dr Paviour is an experienced medicolegal practitioner. Dr Paviour has over five years’ experience of neurological medicolegal practice, preparing reports for civil, criminal, and clinical negligence cases. He regularly prepares reports for personal injury and clinical negligence cases. He also regularly provides expert witness statements or criminal proceedings and in the family courts. This specialised area of practice is an area where few have significant experience so anyone looking for experts in this field should consider Dr Paviour.

Expert Witness Register

Dr Paviour regularly prepares reports for the Court, writing an average of 30 to 40 reports per year. He regularly has sample reports assessed for quality by instructing lawyers via the Register of Expert Witnesses. He is also a member this organisation as well as the Expert Witness Institute and Faculty of Expert Witnesses.

Training and Experience

Neurological medicolegal practice is a very specialised field and requires specific training and experience. Dr Paviour has attended several courses focused on medicolegal eport writing for civil cases run by specialists including ProSols (an Expert Witness Institute approved course), the British Medical Association and Bond Salon.

Dr Paviour has specialist training in clinical negligence report writing. He is always willing to discuss whether he is a suitable expert witness before agreeing to work on a case.

As already mentioned, Dr Paviour has had anonymised reports independently assessed by a leading Solicitor associated with The Faculty of Expert Witnesses for Doctors.

His clinical experience is far reaching and can inform his work for the courts. He has a broad range of general neurological experience across a range of disorders. This allows him to provide relevant, expert reports in a number of different areas. He sees large numbers of patients with headache, neuropathy, fits faints and funny turns as well as other common neurological disorders.

Dr Paviour’s areas of special interest include Parkinson’s Disease and other Movement Disorders. He is the clinical lead for Movement Disorders at the Atkinson Morley Regional Neurosciences Centre.

Dr Paviour also has a further specialist interest in the management of neurological disorders in pregnancy and the neurological complications of pregnancy.


Neurological medicolegal practice is a specialist area for Dr Paviour. The hourly rate for this service is £350. Keep in mind the time taken to complete the report depends upon many factors. These include the type of case and complexity.

Dr Paviour is happy to quote on a case-by-case basis. He is also more than happy to have preliminary discussions with any team, with no fees involved. After a preliminary discussion, Dr Paviour will be able to confirm an approximate date that a completed report can be expected and the approximate number of hours that will be invoiced.