Medical Expert Witness in the Field of Medicine and Surgery
Stephen Cohen, MD, MBA, FACS, FASCRS
Chesterfield, Virginia 23832
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Because of his current life-style change, Dr. Cohen is passionate about educating and teaching, in addition to, promoting nutrition as a mainstay for a healthy way of living. In fact, Dr. Cohen is a two-time Ironman triathlon finisher and is still very active.
Dr. Cohen has partnered with medical industry for the past 25 years to educate, teach, and promote innovative technology that adds value for patients, physicians, and the institution. Furthermore, as a leader in the field of colon and rectal surgery, Dr. Cohen prides himself on keeping abreast about evidence-based medicine, and is a consultant for many medical-legal and peer-review cases that require his particular skills for a fair and just assessment.
Dr. Cohen is a medical legal expert in the field of general and colon and rectal surgery.
Litigation Support Services
Dr. Cohen provides unbiased and impartial expert testimony and litigation support services for both plaintiff and defense attorneys.
Areas of Expertise
Double Board Certified, Academic appointment, over 25 years of testimony experience.
United States. License in GA, WV, IA, OH, NC, NJ, VA
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Articles Published by Stephen Cohen, MD, MBA, FACS, FASCRS
Removal of a Normal Kidney Can Be Deemed "Standard-of-Care"
Medical malpractice is defined by Merriam-Webster as careless, wrong, or illegal actions by a doctor who is performing a professional duty. Most medical-legal cases are settled for a variety of reasons, however, those cases that make it to a court of law rely on experts to teach, train, and educate the jury. The importance of choosing the right medical-legal expert can turn a sure victory for the plaintiff into a common sense verdict for the provider.Read Article
Stick to the Basics: First, Do No Harm
I was recently involved in a medical malpractice case that went against the physician. In this particular case, however, lack of communication and common sense led to a favorable plaintiff’s verdict.Read Article