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“Their opinions do need to be credible and be honest, but there is some component of being able to walk a line between providing a candid, unbiased opinion, and knowing that you are retained to represent a specific side in that case,” says Kenton H. Steele, Esq.
In this episode, Kenton H. Steele, Esq, discusses the role of expert witnesses in medical malpractice litigation and offers the attorney perspective on the qualities that make a good expert witness. Steele practices in the Columbus, Ohio, office of Reminger Co, LPA. He specializes in malpractice defense and insurance litigation.