Medical Malpractice: In-House Review


My question involves malpractice in the state of AZ
Why do some malpractice attorneys do in-house reviews and then send it to an expert and some don't. I am sure every attorney's office reviews the records before sending it to the expert.
Has it to with the number of staff they have/ the amount of malpractice work they do as opposed to other personal injury work.
In other words the question is if the attorney says ' in-house review favorable' what does that mean.. Am I reading too much into it..
Thanks

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