Expert witness

Mind your work

Hugh Koch advises lawyers on understanding stress, resilience, and how to b

Meteorology in legal cases

John Coates-Greetham discusses the role of forensic meteorology experts in interpreting weather records and applying them in civil and crimina

Expert witnesses are not getting a fair deal from legal aid

The MoJ must make urgent changes to fee rates and case management if it expects to rely on qualified and experienced experts to advise the courts, argues Richar

Explaining chronic pain following soft tissue injury

Legal practitioners should be aware of the relationships between trauma, pain, and the mind in injuries such as whiplash or low back strain, writes Chri

Single joint experts: A new dawn?

Richard Formby considers the pros and cons of using single experts on quantum matters and asks whether appetite for their use with injury claims wil

The rising demand of care applications

As the number of care cases continues to increase, Kevin Gibbs looks at the possible reasons and considers how the wider family justice system ca

Experts need court skills as well as technical expertise

Dr John Fletcher and Michael Williams advise expert witnesses to consider their practice in terms of their duties to the court and the presentation of thei