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Dr. Kos Galatsis Ph.D. (Carbon Monoxide Forensics)
- Carbon Monoxide Detection and Measurements. - Carbon Monoxide Gas Leaks, Exhaust Flow, Ventilation, and Backdraft. - Carbon Monoxide Diffusion and Accumulation. Close Proximity Exposure. Indoor Accumulation. - Carbon Monoxide in Indoor Confined... Learn More ›

Michael J. McCabe Jr., Ph.D. (Intertox, Inc.)
Dr. McCabe is an internationally trained and nationally recognized scientist with a proven track record of accomplishment in toxicology and related disciplines. He has broad-based knowledge and possesses a depth of understanding and experience necessary... Learn More ›

Richard A Stripp (American Scientific Consultants Corp)
With internationally recognized experts, ASC delivers impartial scientific evaluation of the role of drug and chemical exposure in civil and criminal litigation. ASC expert toxicologists have extensive expertise in the toxicological exposure, effects,... Learn More ›
Michael D. Klein, P.E., CHMM, C.F.E.I. (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: MICHAEL D. KLEIN, P.E., CHMM, C.F.E.I. Professional Engineer - Certified Hazardous Materials Expert - Certified Fire & Explosion Investigator - Manufacturing Processes & Procedures - Environmental Management...
Michael J. Whitekus PhD, DABT (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Dr. Whitekus is a board certified toxicologist and applies his broad expertise in drug safety evaluation and toxicology (over 25 years) to his forensic practice involving adverse drug and alcohol events...
Consolidated Consultants
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Consolidated Consultants (CCc) continues to deliver high quality expert witness and medical expert witness referrals nationwide since 1995. CCc is the only referral service where you can view the full,...
Jennifer T. Morningstar, B.S.Ch.E., P.E. CFEI (The Warren Group)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Location: South Carolina **Available Nationwide** Jennifer Morningstar is President and Senior Consulting Engineer of The Warren Group. A licensed professional engineer in several states and a NAFI...
Carbon Monoxide Poisoning FAQs

What is a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

A carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness is a professional who may testify on the sources of carbon monoxide, the mechanisms by which it affects the body, the and symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning, among related issues.

What is the role of a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

A carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness provides testimony on issues relating to the sources, effects, and remediation of carbon monoxide poisoning.

How much can a person make as a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

Carbon monoxide poisoning expert witnesses may have potential earnings between $225 and $400 per hour, or higher. The exact hourly rate is negotiated between the attorney and expert, who typically will have a retainer agreement.

What are the qualifications of a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

An expert witness in carbon monoxide poisoning should have advanced knowledge of the health effects of carbon monoxide exposure, carbon monoxide testing methods, and carbon monoxide prevention practices.

For a case, how is evidence gathered by a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

A carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness may gather evidence through medical records, toxicology reports, witness statements, and on-site inspections to determine the cause and extent of exposure to carbon monoxide.

What type of cases involve the testimony of a carbon monoxide poisoning expert witness?

Cases involving carbon monoxide poisoning expert witnesses typically involve personal injury or wrongful death claims resulting from exposure to carbon monoxide in homes, workplaces, or other enclosed spaces.