Learn More about Aquatics Experts Referred by TASA

TASA ID: 1055 (Aquaculture): Performing assessments of aquatic resource information for government agencies and the private sector since 1974. He is an expert in threatened and endangered species of fish, dam removal permits, habitat restoration, underwater explosive and pile driving impacts on fish, aquatic risk assessment and aquatic pest control. Served as an expert witness on many cases related to fisheries, aquaculture and aquatic ecology.

TASA ID: 565 (Aquaculture): Academic Food Scientist for over 30 years with experience in fish as food, religious and ethnics foods, food law, animal welfare, and flesh food protein chemistry. Authors of 2 books and numerous peer reviewed articles, chapters, proceedings, and trade journal articles. Good communications skills. He has a Ph.D. in Biophysics (muscle chemistry), M.S. in Dairy Chemistry and a B.A. in Chemistry. He has been involved in litigation support and testimony experience.

TASA ID: 33 (Aquatics): Thirty four years as a Director of Athletics and Physical Education. Teacher of physical education, recreation, aquatics and camping. Coach of football, wrestling, rugby, track and field as well as many youth sports. Author of 300 articles and 5 books dealing with sport risk management. Sport and Recreation Safety. Speaker and safety evaluations throughout the country. Sport safety Consultant for 40 years.

TASA ID: 323 (Aquatics): This expert is an internationally recognized educator and author in the field of drowning and aquatic injury prevention and emergency management. He is a Firefighter and EMT, and has trained thousands of First Responders in Water Rescue and Ice Rescue.

Insights From Aquatics Expert Witnesses

The word aquatic is mainly derived from aquaculture; the science of raising and rearing fish and other aquatic life in a controlled environment. As a result, an aquatics expert witness is, in general, an aqua-culturist who works at an aquaculture facility besides managing it. In a legal setting, such a witness is called upon to testify and provide relevant facts and plausible opinions on aquatics related cases. Actually, they help the jury and the judge make, or rather draw formidable conclusions on cases that otherwise seemed complex to understand. Their main functions include monitoring the health of fish and their safety. Additionally they also conduct research on particular ecosystems, irrespective of whether it is man-made or natural.

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Locating the Best Aquatics Expert Witnesses

When you are searching for the right aquatics expert witness to assist with your case, TASA responds quickly, with precise referrals. TASA’s experienced, regional referral advisors will review your specialist requirements with you for experience, location, credentials, and deadlines. We make most referrals within 24 business hours. TASA forwards expert CV’s at your request, outlines background and fee information, helps set up your first phone interviews with aquatics experts, and later contacts you to see if you require other specialist referrals. Unless you designate or engage an expert we introduce to you, there is no charge for our referral services. The TASA Group has provided top-caliber experts to the legal, business, insurance, and law enforcement sectors since 1956. Contact us today for credible aquatics expert witnesses, by phone, email, or online request form.

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