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Expert Witnesses for Your Personal Injury Case

Trying to prove fault in a personal injury case can unfortunately be a very difficult task. However, one way you can strengthen your case and increase your chance of receiving financial compensation is by hiring an expert witness to testify on your behalf. An expert witness is typically an individual with advanced education, knowledge, or experience in a certain subject area.

Both plaintiffs and defendants can use expert witnesses to argue their side. For more information about hiring an expert witness and how to discredit an opposing witness’s claims, contact a Cedar Rapids injury attorney of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., today at (319) 294-4424 and schedule your consultation.

Why Do You Need an Expert Witness?

An expert witness can significantly strengthen your argument in a personal injury case. Some common types of expert witnesses for personal injury cases include the following:

  • Engineers who can analyze the accident and determine the true cause, such as road defects or unsafe products
  • Medical professionals who can discuss the seriousness of the injury and how it may affect you in the future
  • Rehabilitation experts who can discuss the extent of rehab treatment
  • Accountants or economists to give an estimate for total financial losses

Expert witnesses are by no means required in your case, but they can be helpful in fighting for financial compensation.

Contact Us

If you are looking for an expert witness who can help you after a personal injury accident, contact a Cedar Rapids accident attorney of Leehey Olson Law, P.C., at (319) 294-4424 today. We can help you find the evidence and expert testimony you need to secure the compensation you deserve.

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