Epidemiology Expert Witnesses
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Epidemiology experts on this page may testify regarding factors affecting the health and illness of populations, public health, and preventive medicine. These experts may opine on risk factors for disease and determining optimal treatment approaches to clinical practice. These experts may reports regarding communicable and non-communicable disease, disease processes, coronavirus, COVID 19, and risk factors.
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What is an epidemiology expert witness?
An epidemiology expert witness is a person who may testify on the patterns, causes, and effects of health and disease conditions in defined populations.
What is the role of an epidemiology expert witness?
An epidemiology expert witness offers testimony on issues relating to the spread, treatment, and prevention of diseases.
How much can a person make as an epidemiology expert witness?
Epidemiology 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 an epidemiology expert witness?
An expert witness in epidemiology should have advanced knowledge of disease transmission, outbreak investigation, and statistical analysis of public health data.
What type of evidence is gathered in a legal proceeding by an epidemiology expert witness?
An epidemiology expert witness may gather and present evidence such as statistical data, medical records, and scientific studies to support their opinions and conclusions in a legal proceeding.
In what type of cases would testimony be required from an epidemiology expert witness?
Epidemiology expert witnesses may be required in cases involving disease outbreaks, public health policy, environmental hazards, and medical malpractice related to infectious diseases or public health issues.