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DAMAGES SPECIALISTS, EXPERTS WITNESSES & FORENSIC CONSULTANTS.



In law, damages refers either to the harm suffered by a claimant in a civil action, or to the money paid or awarded to the plaintiff in compensation for such harm. Generally, there are three kinds of damages: special damages, general damages, and punitive damages. Special damages are the enumerable or quantifiable monetary costs or losses suffered by the plaintiff, or the compensation therefore. For example, medical costs, repair or replacement of damaged property, lost wages, lost earning potential, loss of business, loss of irreplaceable items, loss of support, etc. General damages are items of harm or loss suffered, for which only a subjective value may be attached. Examples of this include personal injury, physical or emotional pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of consortium, disfigurement, loss of reputation, loss or impairment of mental or physical capacity, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.


Chairman Expert Witnesses:

Expert Has Video Resume/CV

Southlake, TX, US

ExpertWitness.com

Over 20 years experience in/with Internet, Computers, Programming, Data Processing, Dating and Social Networking, Community Portals, Engineering, Business Development, Expert Witness, and Litigation Support.



Executive Expert Witnesses:

Manhattan Beach, CA, US

Maurice Robinson & Associates, LLC

Hotel & real estate industry disputes between owner-operator, lender-borrower, franchisor-franchisee. He has been providing market feasibility services, conducting strategic planning analysis, and appraising hotels and other hospitality-related real estate for twenty-five years. This expert is a nationally recognized expert in the field of hotel real estate consulting. He has been providing market feasibility services, conducting strategic planning analysis, and appraising hotels and other hospitality-related real estate for twenty-five years. His expertise includes advising clients on dispute resolution, development planning, deal structuring and financial issues related to hotel real estate development and investment. 



Chicago, IL, US

Gould & Pakter Associates, LLC

Michael Pakter has more than 35 years experience in accounting, financial analysis, financial forensics and investigations, including more than 15 years experience in economic damages and business valuation issues.  He is a Certified Public Accountant, licensed in the State of Illinois.  The AICPA has recognized him as additionally Certified in Financial Forensics and Management Accounting.  He earned the National Association of Certified Valuation Analysts Certified Valuation Analyst designation and Master Analysts in Financial Forensics having completed its business valuation and business and intellectual property damages specialty programs, respectively.  Courts and arbitral bodies have recognized me as an expert in accounting, business valuation, financial analysis, economic damages and business economics. 



Seattle, WA, US

Pacific Neuropsychiatric Institute

Vernon M Neppe  MD, PhD.  Fellow Royal Society (SAf): Internationally respected, experienced, published neuropsychiatrist, behavioral neurologist, psychopharmacologist, psychiatrist, epilepsy specialist, researcher, neuroscientist, neuropharmacologist and objective nationally retained  forensic specialist (civil: plaintiff / defense), author and public speaker.



Beaufort, SC, US

Gogulski & Associates, Inc.

Experts in construction, accidents, dispute resolution, claims, scheduling, delays, defects, standards of care, estimating, OSHA investigations, and litigation support.  Mr. Gogulski is a professional engineer with over 40 years experience in forensic consulting, expert witness testimony, construction management, engineering, and facilities management encompassing a broad range of project types including industrial, educational, historical renovations, medical, transportation, residential and government facilities. He is a highly skilled, seasoned professional with mulit-disciplinary skills that uniquely qualify him for the most demanding of assignments.




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In law, damages refers either to the harm suffered by a claimant in a civil action, or to the money paid or awarded to the plaintiff in compensation for such harm. Generally, there are three kinds of damages: special damages, general damages, and punitive damages. Special damages are the enumerable or quantifiable monetary costs or losses suffered by the plaintiff, or the compensation therefore. For example, medical costs, repair or replacement of damaged property, lost wages, lost earning potential, loss of business, loss of irreplaceable items, loss of support, etc. General damages are items of harm or loss suffered, for which only a subjective value may be attached. Examples of this include personal injury, physical or emotional pain and suffering, loss of companionship, loss of consortium, disfigurement, loss of reputation, loss or impairment of mental or physical capacity, loss of enjoyment of life, etc.