Neonatology Expert Witnesses
Medical Expert Witness Listings
You will find neonatalogy expert witnesses and consultants by clicking on one of the following categories. The experts found here may consult regarding birth asphyxia, neonatal care, and perinatal care. These professionals may provide reports on neonatal and perinatal injuries, birth trauma, and pediatrics. They may also testify regarding neonatal intensive care units, NICUs, prematurity, low birth weight, intrauterine growth retardation, congenital malformations (birth defects), and infants, as well as related topics.
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What is a neonatology expert witness?
A neonatology expert witness is a medical professional with specialized knowledge and experience in the care and treatment of newborn infants, who provides expert testimony in legal cases involving issues related to neonatal care.
What is the role of a neonatology expert witness?
Neonatology expert witness offers expert opinion in cases involving newborn babies and their medical conditions, such as prematurity or birth defects.
How much can a person make as a neonatology expert witness?
Neonatology expert witnesses can earn anywhere from $200 to $400 per hour, or more in some cases. The expert and retaining attorney will negotiate the fee.
What are the qualifications of a neonatology expert witness?
A neonatology expert witness should be a licensed neonatologist with specialized training and experience in the care of newborn infants, and possess knowledge of neonatal conditions and treatments.
For a lawsuit, what type of evidence is gathered and reviewed by a neonatology expert witness?
A neonatology expert witness would gather and review medical records, test results, and other relevant evidence to provide an opinion on the standard of care provided to a newborn.
In what type of cases might require opinions from a neonatology expert witness?
Neonatology expert witnesses may be required in cases involving premature births, birth injuries, neonatal infections, respiratory distress syndrome, congenital abnormalities, and other medical conditions affecting newborns.