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An Expert Witness Accountant reports in cases of civil or corporate disputes, as well as for the criminal courts involving issues such as bankruptcyinsolvencysecurities fraud, benefit fraud tax fraudmoney laundering or business valuation . They can provide expert testimony regarding financial regulationtax law or corporate regulation. Their testimony can be used in trial but also as part of mediation or dispute resolution.
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They report to the Criminal Courts involving issues such as bankruptcyinsolvencysecurities fraudbenefit fraudtax fraudmoney laundering or business valuation*. They can provide expert testimony regarding *financial regulationtax law or corporate regulation*. Their testimony can also be used in civil trials as part of *mediation or dispute resolution.

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Financial Experts are specialists in the understanding of money investment and loss, reporting on a number of areas including pension investment and loss, loss of earningsfinancial dependency and settlement assessments. They can report to the Civil Court, or Criminal Courts to quantify the financial impact of events, reporting in cases of personal injury or other areas of civil litigation.
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naesthetists become specialists in fields such as critical emergency care, intensive care or pain management as well as develop their anaesthesiology in specialist areas of surgery, such as cardiology. Typically Expert Witness Anaesthetists work in the Civil Courts specialising in medical negligence or personal injury.

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Expert Witness Cardiologists report to the Courts on issues including heart failure, coronary heart disease, cardiac intensive care or coronary angiography. They work predominantly for the Civil Courts in areas including medical negligence or personal injury

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Expert Witness Clinical Psychologists work across the CivilFamily Courts and Criminal Courts in proceedings involving personal injurymedical negligencemental capacity actmental health act and also in issues of housing or immigration and asylum law.

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Expert Witness Dentists report to the Courts on issues of diagnosis, prevention, and treatment of diseases and conditions of the teeth and mouth. **Aesthetic dentists can also report to the court on interventions involving aesthetic interventions of the face, mouth and teeth. The offer expertise predominantly in the Civil Courts in cases of medical negligence or personal injury but can also report to the Criminal Courts and Family Courts in cases of dental neglect.

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Drug Experts are typically law enforcement specialists in the supply, consumption or regulation of illicit street drug use or prescription drugs of abuse. *Expert Witness Drug Experts often report in criminal cases involving *HeroinCocaineCrackCrystal MethAmphetamineMDMAecstasyGBLKetamineKhat, as well as different forms of Cannabis.

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They work predominantly for the civil courts in cases of personal injury in cases of industrial accident or injury, road traffic accidents or medical negligence. They can assess a broad spectrum of medical conditions including cancer treatment, thyroid problems, hearing loss or nasal obstruction or tumours.

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They specialise across diverse issues including aviationmechanical failureroad traffic accidentsaccident reconstructiondesign and materialswater treatment and sewage or carbon monoxide poisoning . Engineering expert witnesses primarily work in the civil courts in cases of personal or corporate dispute, but can also be called in the criminal courts.

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Their expertise can include surgical procedurestrauma resuscitation, advanced cardiac resuscitation and advanced airway management. They typically work in the field of personal injury reporting on the impact of trauma or illness or in cases of medical negligence.

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They predominantly report in the Criminal Courtsparole hearingsprobation assessments and secure services although their understanding of psychopathology and behaviour can also generalise to the Civil Courts and the Family CourtsForensic psychologists are instructed in cases of forensic risk involving structured evidence-based assessments of sexual riskrisk of violencedomestic abusesubstance abuse and addictive behaviour, and other forensic risk factors.

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They work predominantly in the criminal courts offering specialism across a number of techniques including DNA analysisbody fluid analysistoxicology or computer or mobile analysis using evidence-based scientific methodology. They contribute to the criminal investigation and assessment of sexual offencesviolent crimesarson and major critical incidents.

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They typically report to the courts in cases of personal injury and medical negligence but can also report on occupational health specialist areas of medicine such as accident and emergency medicinetrauma or fitness to practice depending on experience and continuing professional development.

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They typically specialises in medical negligence cases and reports to the Civil Courts on antenatalintrapartum and postnatal care issues. They can often assess medical interventions such as neonatal resuscitationneonatal carebrain cooling or brain injury following birth which can be associated with disorders such as cerebral palsy or Erb’s palsy.

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They are trained in the assessment and diagnosis of neuropsychological disorders including neurodegenerative diseasedementiamemory disordersbrain injurydevelopmental disordersmental capacity. They employ a range of methods including evidence-based psychometric tests, neuroimaging brain scans or experimental tasks. They commonly report in cases of personal injurymedical negligence, the court of protection but also in the Criminal Courts responding to questions of diminished responsibility.

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They work predominantly in the Civil Courts in cases of personal injury or medical negligence assessing the impact of brain injury and spinal trauma including road traffic accidentshead injurywhiplash injuryindustrial accidents and misdiagnosed neurological disease or vascular disease of the brain.

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They work across a number of legal fields often specialising in personal injury or medical negligence to assess the impact of events including road traffic accidentsindustrial accidents or injurymedical treatment on an individual’s day-to-day functioning. They can assess adults, children or older adults with a range of physical, mental health or learning difficulties.

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They offer expertise to the Family Courts but also work in areas of personal injurymedical negligenceimmigration and asylum or the Criminal Courts. The specialise across a broad range of medical issues relating to children including child abuse and the impact of neglectnon-accidental injury but also oncologyhaematologytoxicology or emergency care.

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As an expert witness they contribute to the Court’s understanding of illness, management as well as preventative medicine as well as prognosis and intervention*. Physician’s report in civil cases of personal injury and medical negligence but also *Forensic Physicians can also report to the Criminal Courts.

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Specialisms include forensic psychiatryneuropsychiatryaddiction psychiatryemergency psychiatry and clinical neurophysiology . An Expert Witness Psychiatrist can offer expert opinion in the civil, family or criminal courts offering opinions on issues of forensic riskparental capacitymedical negligencepersonal injuryemployment or mental health law.

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An Expert Witness Psychologist is a health professional trained, normally to doctoral degree, in the assessment and diagnosis and psychological treatment of mental, behavioural and emotional illnesses.

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They offer specialist expertise to the Civil CourtsFamily Courts and Criminal Courts in cases of personal injurymedical negligencetraumasports injury or child protection, reporting on the likely history, causality and prognosis of an injury or disorder.

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They can offer expert opinion on designvaluationconstruction and time delay in both commercial and residential property. Surveyors assess quantum (time and cost) which contributes to both commercial or private litigation, dispute avoidance, mitigation or dispute resolution.

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Expert Witnesses in medical negligence claims serve a crucial role providing specialist medical or technical knowledge to identify the cause and extent of the injury. Expert witnesses include Accident and Emergency DoctorsAnaesthetistsConsultant CardiologistsChartered AccountantsClinical PsychologistsDentistsENT SurgeonsMidwifesNeurosurgeonsNeuropsychologist and Orthopaedic Surgeons.

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Expert Witnesses in personal injury claims serve a crucial role providing specialist technical or medical knowledge and are typically instructed by parties for the claimant or respondent and are bound by Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules. Expert witnesses include Clinical PsychologistsPsychiatristsENT SurgeonsNeurosurgeonsNeuropsychologistsOrthopaedic Surgeons and Radiologists.

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They specialise in areas of the bone system including jointsshoulder and elbowhip and knee or hand and foot but also soft tissue injuries . They bring expertise across types of injury including road traffic accidents and whiplash, sports injury or trauma reporting in both cases of medical negligencepersonal injury, or occupational injury such as industrial accidents.

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These include medical experts, PaediatriciansRadiologists or Orthopaedic Surgeons can also be involved in cases of non-accidental injury. Other areas of expertise include mental capacity act assessments, forensic risk assessments or parenting capacity assessments.

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Expert Witnesses appointed by the Court are normally instructed by either the applicant or respondent and protected by privilege from disclosure to the other party.


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