- What is an expert witness?
- How do I know if I need an expert witness?
- What type of educational and practical experience does an expert witness have?
- Will hiring an expert witness definitely help me win my case?
- Isn’t an expert witness just another “hired gun” who will always testify on someone’s behalf for money?
- How do I go about hiring an expert witness?
- In which states do your expert witnesses serve?
- How much does it cost to hire an expert witness?
- What is your preferred payment method for hiring an experienced expert witness?
- What types of employment opportunities do you have available for a professional expert witness?
[notice title=”What is an expert witness?”]An expert witness is a trained professional with highly specialized training in one or more areas of specialty. This could include but is not limited to physicians, law enforcement officials, educational leaders, environmental scientists, psychologists, and leaders in many other professions. An expert witness can provide expert testimony in certain court cases, and this may help you win your case. [/notice]
[notice title=”How do I know if I need an expert witness?”]Firstly, you will want to find out what kind of expert witness you will need. How might this person’s testimony in court help you win your case? The type of expert witness you might need will depend on the details of your case, as well as whether your case is a civil or criminal one. Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers recommends that you ask the attorney handling your case if an expert witness could help you. If you do not have an attorney in charge of your legal matter, Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers can often help match you up with an attorney who can assist you. In some cases, lawyers through organizations like Legal Aid will help you for free. In special cases that do not require attorneys, the ultimate decision about whether or not to obtain the assistance of an expert witness may rest solely with you.[/notice]
[notice title=”What type of educational and practical experience does an expert witness have?”]The type of educational background and experience will vary from one expert witness to another. For example, a medical doctor who serves as an expert witness will have a bachelor’s degree and another degree in medicine, as well as years of experience as a physician. A law enforcement expert may have a wide and eclectic amount of educational and/or practical training, and he or she will have served in a field either in or directly related to law enforcement. Many of the expert witnesses are licensed by their respective boards or licensing agencies.[/notice]
[notice title=”Will hiring an expert witness definitely help me win my case?”]No one can say with all certainty that the expert witness you hire will be able to successfully help you win your case. Your judge may go before a judge or a jury, and they will weigh all of the evidence as a whole. An expert witness can, in many cases, assist in providing special knowledge about a particular topic or area that is likely to be specific to your case. Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers will work with both you and your attorney, if you have one, to help determine whether an expert witness is likely to help further your side of your criminal or civil case.[/notice]
[notice title=”Isn’t an expert witness just another “hired gun” who will always testify on someone’s behalf for money?”]The expert witnesses at Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers will offer their assistance to you if they think they can help you win your case. They are not “hired guns” per se, and if they disagree with your position or think they cannot be of help, they will tell you this in advance. The expert witnesses at Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers will never testify on behalf of anyone if it goes against their professional ethics, and they will not lie on the stand under any circumstance. All of the expert witnesses at Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers will, if the case presents itself, testify for both the plaintiff/prosecution as well as the respondent/defendant. [/notice]
[notice title=”How do I go about hiring an expert witness?”]If you have an attorney representing you and think you might need an expert witness to help you with your case, please have your legal counsel give us a call or send us an e-mail at . If you are not currently represented by an attorney and do not plan to be, then we urge you to contact Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers directly. We will work with you to help you decide whether or not one of our expert witnesses will be able to help you with your case.[/notice]
[notice title=”In which states do your expert witnesses serve?”]Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers has expert witnesses who can serve throughout the entire nation. We have expert witnesses who will serve in Oklahoma and other states, and some will even travel to other countries to proffer vital testimony that could ethically help a client in need. Please contact Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers at (405) 593-3515 to find out which expert witness is available in an area nearest you![/notice]
[notice title=”How much does it cost to hire an expert witness?”]The cost of an expert witness can and often does vary from one expert witness to another, but rest assured that all of the expert witnesses at Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers’ prices are pretty fair and reasonable. Please keep in mind that many expert witnesses must generally pay for licenses, continued training, malpractice insurance, building/office costs, etc. They are trained professionals and usually have extensive experience and knowledge in their fields. [/notice]
[notice title=”What is your preferred payment method for hiring an experienced expert witness?”]We prefer cash, personal/business checks, and money orders. Payment in the form of a retainer for expert witnesses is taken up front, and credit cards are not accepted. Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers will gladly refund any unused amount from that retainer, if any, when services are completed. [/notice]
[notice title=”What types of employment opportunities do you have available for a professional expert witness?”]Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers has employment opportunities for expert witnesses in Oklahoma in a wide array of areas of expertise. Please check out our downloadable job applications. You can find them in the footer area of each page on our website. You can send the completed applications and requested attachments back to us via regular mail, fax, or via E-mail. Please contact Oklahoma Judicial Process Servers at (405) 593-3515 or e-mail us at to find out which current job openings we have available for expert witnesses.[/notice]