Ph.D. Chemical Expert Witness Testimony & Advanced Chemical Analysis Services
The right legal support team makes all the difference. Avomeen’s Ph.D. expert witnesses have decades of experience handling complex legal cases such as patent infringements, product failure analysis, product recalls, personal injury, toxicology, and contamination identification.
Lead by Shri Thanedar Ph.D. they are skilled at explaining complex technical methods in a courtroom setting presenting all testing results in clear and detailed reports. To view our full list of chemistry expert witness capabilities click here.
Our experts have defended companies in a range of industries including:
Why Choose an Avomeen Chemist as your Expert Witness?
Rest assured that while our chemists have experience as expert witnesses, that this is only a part of what we do here at Avomeen.
What this means is that you get the credibility of a laboratory that spends its time solving complex analytical questions for our clients, and has expansive real world experience.
This helps gain credibility & trust during our testimonials, as well as helps to ensure that your expert witness will be able to answer complex questions on the spot in a comprehensible manner. It also means that our expert witnesses are well known and respected chemists within their field, and that if any testing or analysis is needed for the case our chemists can perform these services in-house.
Case Study – Chemistry Expert Witness Services
Industry: Litigation Support
Problem: Was a police officer responsible for thefts?
Solution: A police officer on night duty was charged with trespassing and opening a safe in a local business. He had been the only person visible on the surveillance cameras during the night of the robbery. However, the officer claimed that he had only entered the building to check the premises for safety.
Our scientists examined the uniform that the police officer had worn on the day of the crime using a high-powered microscope. Metallic particles were seen on the uniform, which were removed and analyzed by Scanning Electron Microscope equipped with a Energy Dispersive X-ray system (SEM-EDX). The composition of the metallic particles removed from the officer’s uniform was identical in composition to the surface coating of the safe that was broken into. Our Ph.D. scientist served as the expert witness, and explained to the members of jury the analysis, methodology, and results.