Personal injury is personal!

Updated: June 21, 2011

In a number of personal injury cases experts may be necessary to strengthen your case. One of the issues that usually confront an injured person particularly if they have had a prior injury is the causal connection between the accident and their new injuries.

In many cases an expert can testify as to the causal connection between the accident and the injuries. Without proper expert testimony, the value of your case may be adversely affected.

The Law Offices have utilized a number of experts including accident reconstruction specialists, medical specialists, neurologists, dermatologists, orthopedic specialists, rehabilitation specialist and life care planners.

In order to maximize the value of your case, it is important that experts are properly and timely selected. Choosing the wrong expert may be fatal to your case.

The Law Offices has extensive experience in selecting appropriate experts for the specific issue that the case presents. In order for an expert to testify and give his or her opinion, the Court must be satisfied that the expert has the requisite, education and training, experience and knowledge in the subject field. Normally, an expert will have a curriculum vitae. It is important to review the curriculum vitae for recent publications of the expert to ensure that the expert is in fact focusing on the area that the case requires.

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