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3 Things That Make a Good Plastic Surgery Expert Witness

TASA ID: 11869

The role of a plastic surgery expert witness is not a simple one. There are several components required in order to perform this role well. With every word being scrutinized, there is a great amount of pressure resting on the shoulders of expert witnesses, not to mention the added pressure of being addressed - and accountable - in a court of law.

In this brief article, we will outline three things which make a good plastic surgery expert witness. When choosing your next expert witness, it might be prudent to ensure the plastic surgery expert witness you choose has these qualities:

Communications are Essential as a Force Multiplier in Fraud Investigations

TASA ID: 8635

While most news broadcasts lead with headlines of violent crime and terrorist acts; white collar crimes, like scams and frauds present a serious problem. According to the FBI, white collar crime costs the United States over $300 billion a year. The Association of Certified Fraud Examiners, who published the 2016 “Report to the Nations on Occupational Fraud and Abuse” paint a far graver picture; estimating that the typical organization loses 5% of its revenues each year to fraud. Based on the 2015 Commerce Department estimates; the U.S. gross domestic product of $17.9 trillion, American businesses lost about $895 billion to fraud in 2016.

3 Tips When Choosing Your Next Plastic Surgeon Expert Witness

TASA ID: 11869

Choosing a plastic surgeon expert witness is not as easy as it seems. On the surface, one might think that you simply have to find a plastic surgeon who is willing to serve as an expert witness. However, there is far more to it than meets the eye. Below we offer three tips which may come in handy when choosing your next expert witness plastic surgeon:

An Overview of Vehicular Accident Reconstruction

TASA ID: 1183

The Science

Vehicular accident reconstruction is a fascinating science.  It is different from other engineering analyses in that an unplanned event, the collision, is the focus of the analysis.  Things do not unfold in any planned sequence, and often evidence is missing or has many missing elements in it.  So accident investigation often has a real cloak-and-dagger aspect to it.

Wounds

TASA ID: 694

Wounds to the skin and deeper structures are among the most common of acute medical conditions.  Fortunately, most of these are minor injuries, and most of them resolve uneventfully when managed appropriately.  Many wounds; however, involve injuries that require skillful assessment to properly appreciate their magnitude, and many must be repaired skillfully to avoid long-term sequelae.

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