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  • Alan Hirsch

    Alan Hirsch

    False Confessions Expert WitnessWilliamstown, Massachusetts(413) 458-2192

  • Richard J Fruncillo MD PhD DABT

    Richard J Fruncillo MD PhD DABT

    Triple Board Certified Pharmacology and Toxicology Expert WitnessNewtown Square, Pennsylvania(610) 368-7201

  • Scott L. Turner Consulting, LLC

    Scott L. Turner Consulting, LLC

    Commercial Motor Vehicle Accidents and Hazmat Wrecks Expert WitnessBlairstown, New Jersey(908) 496-4273

  • Dr. Eric Cole

    Dr. Eric Cole

    Cyber Security Expert WitnessAshburn, Virginia(703) 675-2055

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  • Margaret Grisdela

    How to Become an Expert Witness - Part 5: Billing Tips for the New Expert Witness

    You can establish competitive pricing levels in several ways. One way is to discretely conduct some research to find out what other experts are charging. Another way is to review pertinent court records, since experts have to disclose their rates as part of their Rule 26 or equivalent reports. SEAK publishes a reference book that you might find useful in creating your rate structure. Ask...

  • Asher Angell

    Is Your Firm's Website Getting Stale? Take It to the Next Level with Content Marketing

    Are you looking at a refresh for you law firm’s website? If you have not had an update in the last few years, your site may need more than a refresh. In the past few years, content marketing has emerged as an incredibly successful strategy for promoting businesses on the Internet. If you have not implemented a content marketing strategy, you are giving up a competitive edge in the marketplace...

  • Dave Slovin, President at PracticeProfs Inc.

    Will You Convert?

    Website traffic can be as useful as Atlanta traffic. Here are 5 ways to get more visitors to contact your firm. This morning I was in the office catching up on some email. It was interesting that the majority of marketing articles in my mailbox talked about how to generate website "traffic" from one source or another. A successful business, they claimed, requires SEO, pay-per-click, Facebook...

  • Les Altenberg, President, A.L.T. Legal Professionals Marketing Group

    Developing the Law Firm Marketing Mix: Resisting the Silver Bullet

    Critical to successful marketing is not just generating laundry lists of good ideas on how to promote the practice. There are literally hundreds of good ideas and thousands of communications vehicles. Rather, the key to effective marketing is selecting which of these ideas and which of these vehicles is best suited to achieve firm objectives…. and this is the critical part….within the constraints...