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What makes a good expert witness in a malpractice case?

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In this conversation, Acacia Brush Perko, Esq, and Kenton H. Steele, Esq, discuss the qualities that comprise a good expert witness in a malpractice lawsuit.

A good expert witness can have a significant impact in a medical malpractice case. But what exactly constitutes a “good” expert witness? In this conversation, Acacia Brush Perko, Esq, and Kenton H. Steele, Esq, discuss the qualities that distinguish a good expert witness from a bad witness. Perko and Steele are attorneys with Reminger Co, LPA.

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