ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts who specialize in the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). The ADA protects individuals with disabilities and prohibits discrimination in all employment practices.
The listings below are all ADA - Americans with Disabilities Act expert witnesses and consultants.
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Michael Frain, Ph.D., C.R.C.
Dr. Michael Frain is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor and earned his Ph.D. from the University of Wisconsin - Madison. He is a published leader within the field of Rehabilitation Psychology having over 50 peer reviewed journal articles. Dr. Frain regularly testifies within the areas of Social Security Disability, Workers' Compensation, and Injury law. His areas of expertise include labor market statistics, research analytics, vocational assessment, vocational outcomes, and transferable skills.
Caren Goldberg Ph.d., LLC
Caren Goldberg, Ph.d
Dr. Goldberg has written over 50 papers on discrimination and harassment. She has been quoted dozens of times in print radio and TV interviews. Plaintiff and defense attorneys have retained her to to testify on the extent to which HR practices are consistent with HR standards and on harassment discrimination climates.
Atlas Safety & Security Design Inc.
Fort Lauderdale, FL
America's only architect and criminologist uniquely specializing in premises security negligence cases. Atlas is a registered architect and world recognized criminologist. Case experience in ADA accessibility cases, inmate violence and suicide cases, slips trips and falls, parking lot cases, apartment building cases, hotel cases and much more.
Moseley Vocational Consulting, LLC
Trey Moseley, MA, CRC
Trey Moseley, MA is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) with extensive experience providing forensic vocational consulting, vocational assessments, loss of earning capacity calculations, transferable skills analysis, labort market surveys, individual job analysis, psychometric testing, and litigation support in Personal Injury, Workers Compensation, Long Term Disability, Product Liability, Medical Malpractice, Discrimination, and Marital Dissolution cases
Penza Bailey Architects
Jeffrey Penza, AIA, LEED AP
Mr. Penza has overseen the surveying of millions of square feet of space for private entities, public agencies, & various institutional entities, and has provided universally accessible solutions for these clients. Mr. Penza has been relied on as an expert in lawsuits and consent decrees with the ultimate goal of finding practical solutions for his clients - and keeping them out of the courtroom.
Hamilton Stephens Architects, PC
Dale H. Stephens
Experienced in ADA Accessibility, Eminent Domain, Damage to Remainder, EMF Damage to Remainder, Highest and Best Use, Insurance Damage Claims, Access, and Right of Way.
Universal Designers Consultants Inc.
Takoma Park, MD
Licensed architect provides expert witness services in matters of Americans with Disabilities Act 2010 and 1991 ADA Standards ADAAG ICCANSI A117.1 accessibility standards Fair Housing Act Accessibility Guidelines FHAAG for all types of retailcommercial and multi-family residential facilities.
James Rappoport, AIA - NCARB
Rappoport Daroff Design
Many recent legal cases in consultation with attorneys representing both Plaintiffs and Defendants have focused on premises liability, supported by on-site investigations, research and documentation, building code citations, ADA accessibility law citations and related local, state and Federal laws governing the built environment. Some of these premises liability legal cases have involved personal injury complaints, and some have involved wrongful death matters.
Combs & Associates
Peter Combs, Architect
28 years as a trial experienced expert witness specializing in architecture, construction, ADA compliance, building codes, disabled access, contract disputes, water intrusion and forensic reconstruction of accident sites from photographs.
HRM Consulting, Inc.
San Jose, CA
Expertise: HR Standard of Care, ADA Accommodation, FEHA, FMLA, CFRA, ADA & EEOC Violations, Wrongful Termination, Performance Management, Discrimination, Harassment, Exempt Analysis, Labor Market, Vocational Evaluations - Consulting since 1992.
CRC SERVICES, LLC
CRC SERVICES, LLC employs Licensed & Board-Certified Vocational-Experts qualified in Federal-State, Family Law-Divorce, Workers-Comp, Social-Security, Employment Law & Personal Injury / Med-Malpractice proceedings;, addressing the following areas in the vocational domain: Employability, Earning Capacity, Vocational Disability, Job Analysis, Career Counseling, Job Placement, Labor Market Access and Job Search Diligence. Est. 1981. Office locations in Windsor, CT, Longmeadow, MA, New Rochelle, NY and San Francisco, CA. 24/7/365 - Nationwide availability - Prompt record reviews.
Full Circle Interdisciplinary (FCI) Consulting
Robin M. Nagel, MS, CDMS
As a highly respected California strategist in Work Disability Prevention and Management, Robin M. Nagel delivers evidence-based ADAAA/FEHA Compliance analysis, consultation and testimony as an Expert Witness in work disability discrimination, harassment and facilities access claims. Ms. Nagel is your versatile partner in Interventional Disability Leave and Absence Management Services. When facing litigation, FCI Consulting offers Expert Witness consultation services. Robin M. Nagel delivers evidence-based analysis, consultation and testimony as an Expert Witness in work disability discrimination claims. FCI Consulting has served employers, employees and Counsel for more than 20 years in all workplace disability absence and compliance matters, including Workers Comp., HR ADAAA/FEHA (Interactive Process for Reasonable Accommodation), FMLA/CFRA and statutory paid leave compliance, as well as employee relations. With respect to workplace interventional consulting, Ms. Nagel is dedicated to helping organizations prevent acrimonious workplace conflict using multi-party mediation techniques. Effective collaborative interventions may prevent damaging litigation rooted in unresolved work disability issues.
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