This expert is a Professor of Neurology and Director of the Center for Headache Medicine at an Ivy League University. Prior to joining the university as a senior clinical research scientist in molecular neurobiology, this expert attended University of Southern California, Keck Medical School, completed a residency program at USC Department of Neurology and served on faculty there until 2000. He...
This qualified expert graduated from Dartmouth College with his AB in neurobiology before earning his MD from New York University. He subsequently completed a pediatrics residency at the University of Colorado and a pediatric hematology-oncology fellowship at Harvard Medical School. He is board-certified in pediatrics with a sub-specialization in pediatric hematology-oncology. As a pediatrician...
This Associate Professor of Neurosurgery at a prominent southern university is also the director of a molecular Neuro-Oncology laboratory and the chief of Neurosurgery at a major Veteran's Administration medical center in the Southeast. He attended medical school at Johns Hopkins University, earning MD, PhD, and MPH degrees. He pursued his neurosurgical residency training at Duke University,...
Published on - January 30, 2013
This case involves a patient who presented to the hospital with complaints of dizziness, numbness to the fingertips and face, and shortness of...Read more
Published on - February 19, 2013
This case involves a sixty-two-year-old male who was involved in a motor vehicle accident and sustained severe whiplash associated with a brief loss...Read more
Published on - February 15, 2013
This case involves a female patient who fell and sustained a blow to the head. The patient was on Coumadin therapy for atrial fibrillation. When she...Read more
Published on - June 6, 2013
This case involves a twenty-nine-year-old patient who delivered a child by cesarean section. One month after her delivery, the mother presented to an...Read more
What is the role of a subdural hematoma expert witness in legal proceedings?
A subdural hematoma expert witness provides specialized knowledge on brain injuries, specifically subdural hematomas, to assist in court cases. They can clarify medical facts, interpret medical records, and provide expert opinions.
What types of cases might require a subdural hematoma expert witness?
Cases involving head trauma such as personal injury lawsuits, medical malpractice claims, or criminal cases often require the expertise of a subdural hematoma expert witness.
How can a subdural hematoma expert witness help establish causation in a case?
By using their specialized knowledge, they can explain how an injury occurred, whether it was due to an accident, negligence or intentional harm, helping to establish causation in a case.
Are there subspecialties within the field of subdural hematoma that an expert witness may focus on?
Yes, some experts may specialize in pediatric subdural hematomas, geriatric cases, or specific causes like falls or car accidents.
Why is it important for a subdural hematoma expert witness to be familiar with current research and treatment methods?
Keeping up-to-date ensures the expert's testimony reflects current standards of care and recent scientific findings, which can significantly impact the outcome of a case.
How does Expert Institute select its Subdural Hematoma expert witnesses?
Expert Institute offers a personalized approach to help you find the highest quality experts. We source actively-practicing professionals who match all your requirements for specialty areas, work experience, litigation history, fee range, certifications, location, and more.