Working with an Expert Witness After an Accident: What to Expect

Working with an Expert Witness After an Accident: What to Expect

An expert witness provides insight into your present medical circumstances and their possible impacts on your future during a personal injury trial. 

Acting in that role, experienced pain management specialist Steven Grossinger, DO, can help you and your attorney build credibility in your case if you’ve been injured in an accident.

Dr. Grossinger has testified as an expert witness many times, providing detailed information about the long-term impact of trauma on the spine, brain, and nervous system.

The role of an expert witness

A medical expert witness has extensive training in the evaluation and documentation of injuries that result from car accidents, on-the-job accidents, and other types of personal injury cases.

As an expert witness, Dr. Grossinger considers your medical history and current state of health to determine what your long-term medical needs might be after an injury. He’s skilled at preparing informative, persuasive reports that may prove crucial to winning your case.

He helps attorneys, juries, and judges understand complex medical facts during litigation in pursuit of a fair trial and settlement.

What an expert witness can do for you

When serving as an expert witness in your personal injury case, Dr. Grossinger spends one-on-one time with you, learning about your medical history and assessing your injuries. He performs a comprehensive physical exam and may order medical tests to confirm a diagnosis.

To effectively establish the nature of your injuries and your long-term health needs, Dr. Grossinger documents everything.

With a keen eye for detail, he creates reports using science-based facts. These reports provide the judge and jury with the credible information they need to make decisions.

Dr. Grossinger can also testify on your behalf to further establish facts about your case. His analysis of your condition can provide vital information about your abilities post-injury and future medical needs.

When to contact an expert witness

After suffering a personal injury of any kind, it’s important that you seek medical attention right away — even if you feel okay.

When you experience trauma, it can often take a few days for your body to show warning signs of injury. For instance, you might feel okay immediately after a car accident, but in the days after the incident, you experience increasing neck pain.

At offices in Wilmington, Delaware, and Springfield, Pennsylvania, Dr. Grossinger and his team provide comprehensive medical care for neck pain and other complications that can develop after an accident, such as:

Once you receive the medical attention you need, you should consider your options for a personal injury case by consulting with a lawyer.

If you need an expert witness, schedule a follow-up visit with Dr. Grossinger to discuss moving forward with needed medical care and your case. He can meet with you in the office or via telemedicine to help you prepare for litigation.

Call the office of Steven Grossinger, DO, nearest you to schedule an expert witness consultation or book an appointment online today. 

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