the right expert can make the difference in your case. Here
is a list of topics a good expert can provide:
Relevant scientific, medical, and technical knowledge, plus
recommendations for articles, books, or other resources.
Assessment of the key scientific, medical, and technical facts
of the case
Clarification of relevant jargon
Assessment of the opposing expert's argument - Which
aspects are right, and which are wrong
5. Clarifying, for
the attorney or jury, the details of the opposing expert's
argument and identifying mistakes regarding: the
science or technology; facts of the case; application of the science or
technology to the facts.
Assistance with discovery - suggesting potentially beneficial discovery
questions, location of useful information, and people likely to have
Assistence with deposition questions and flow - including questions for
opposing experts, as well as precipient witnesses.
Creation of demonstrative visual aids