Correctional Healthcare Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in health services provided to detained individuals, including medical, mental health, and substance abuse treatment. Issues include medical malpractice, negligence, denial of care, etc.
The listings below are all Correctional Healthcare expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsAlcohol/Substance Abuse/Correctional Healthcare Expert
Lester S. Silver, MD, FACP
Hopewell Junction, NY
Expert case analysis & testimony by Board-certified Internist/Addictionist. Plaintiff/Defense, Malpractice and/or Negligence. Prison/Jail Healthcare issues. Hospitals, HMOs, and Insurance Companies. Extensive experience. References.
National Medical Consultants, PC
Initial Case Screening at No Charge
National Medical Consultants, PC, is the premier medical review team from some of the finest institutions in the country. Initial screening based on the summary of your case is always performed by qualified doctors at NO CHARGE. Our services are only available to medical malpractice attorneys and LNC's.
Elite Medical Experts, LLC
Burton Bentley II, M.D.
Elite Medical Experts specializes in medical litigation. For Correctional Healthcare cases, we secure experts with extensive experience in Correctional Medicine. Whether at the state or federal level, our experts understand the applicable standard of care. Please call today for a case analysis by an in-house physician or nurse. Elite Medical Experts works directly with legal teams and does not accept inquiries from private parties.
Sanjay Adhia, M.D. Forensic Psychiatrist
Dr. Adhia is a board-certified General & Forensic Psychiatrist who treats Death Row and Ad Seg (Isolation) offenders; special emphasis on Impulse Disorders, Depression and Anxiety Disorders, and associated Drug and Alcohol Addiction. Dr. Adhia works pro bono Human Trafficking evaluations for Physicians for Human Rights. Dr. Adhia consults and serves as expert witness to attorneys nationwide with both criminal and civil cases about malpractice, correctional care, jail death, prison death, deliberate indifference, suicides, standards of care, competency, and civil cases alleging damages associated with criminal behavior (intentional torts)
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