Food Poisoning Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Expert ListingsMichael A. Sulzinski, Ph.D., LLC
Dr. Michael Sulzinski
Clarks Summit (Scranton area), PA
Applying my education, training and experience in Infectious Disease, Vaccine Injuries and Microbiology, I provide expert witness and litigation strategy services. I have an extraordinary ability to explain complex biological and disease concepts to clients, jurors and the court.
William Bisordi MD, FACP
William Bisordi MD, FACP
I am a Board-Certified Gastroenterologist with over 35 years experience in Gastroenterology and Gastroenterological disorders. I have served as an expert witness for both plaintiff and defense for the past 25 years. I am able to do medical record review for merit and also review of a case that has already been filed with depositions etc. My turnaround time is extremely quick and I am always available to discuss the case further with the referring attorney. My fee includes review of the medical record and discussion with the referring attorney and a written affidavit if required. Further time spent on deposition and trial is billed on an hourly basis.I have testified over the years and enjoy preparing for trial and have been told that I have been an excellent credible expert witness by some of the finest malpractice lawyers in the tri-state area and many other states where I have testified.
G.M. Weber Consulting, LLC
Gary M. Weber BS, MS, Ph.D.
Dr. Weber has over 30 years experience working on food safety issues with the USDA, FDA, private sector, and trade associations. He has extensive media experience, and has testified, under oath, numerous times before Congress. He serves as a consultant and expert witness. He most recently worked for over four years as Prevention Manager for the FDA Coordinated Outbreak Response and Evaluation Network (CORE). While CORE Prevention Manager he dealt with over 100 foodborne illness outbreaks.He has received FDA approved training for FSMA Preventive Controls and Foreign Supplier Verification Program Qualified Individuals and Produce Safety Alliance Grower Training. In addition to serving as an expert for a number of individual foodborne illness cases, Dr. Weber has served as an expert relating the 2017 Listeria in frozen vegetables outbreak, and most recently, the 2018 Romaine lettuce E. coli O157:H7 outbreaks linked to the Yuma, Arizona area. He has also contributed to FDA Produce Safety Rule "Educate before you regulate" training programs for FDA, State regulatory officials and Extension professionals.
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