Are you looking for a medico legal expert witness Idaho?
The same way the human body can sometimes react negatively to certain foods as seen in allergies, prescription medications can also react negatively to certain people, foods, drinks, and other drugs. This is why medico legal expert witnesses are so important. If you are working on a case where you need a medico legal expert witnesses, that case may involve someone who has suffered a negative pharmaceutical experience including overdose, pharmacy error, questionable prescriptions, or other situations that have resulted in personal injury or wrongful death, and you need medico legal expert witness Dr. William Simonson. With more than 30 years of experience influencing the worldwide medical community through numerous lectures, published works, and consulting opportunities, it’s clear you need a medico legal expert witness like Dr. William Simonson. His superior technical knowledge and extensive experience educating untrained personnel about complex pharmaceutically-related information help give him the edge as a medico legal expert witness for your case.
For his success in improving relationships between healthcare providers and their patients through the development of greater pharmaceutical practice standards, Dr. William Simonson holds a number of impressive recognitions and titles that only validate his qualifications as a medico legal expert witness. Including his current status as the chair of the CCGP Board Certification Examination Development Committee and his Janssen ElderCare Lifetime Achievement Award and ASCP’s George F. Archambault Award, Dr. William Simonson has earned and achieved more than enough to prove his worth as a medico legal expert witness.
Medico Legal Expert Witness Idaho
Dr. William Simonson is pleased to offer his services as a medico legal expert witness in Boise, Nampa, Idaho Falls, Meridian, Pocatello, Twin Falls, Caldwell, Rexburg, Lewiston, Moscow, and more throughout The Gem State of Idaho (ID). Idaho is home to just over 1.5 million people spread out over more than 80,000 square miles, making it the 14th largest and 39th most populated state in the country. Idaho is most famous for its potatoes, but it is also responsible for other crops such as wheat, beets, sugar, and barely. Idaho also contributes to the mining and lumber industry thanks to its diverse terrain. Of course, Idaho’s terrain is useful for more than just economic stability. Mountain ranges, waterfalls, hot springs, and sand dunes await any and all tourists searching for diverse adventures and exemplary recreation in Idaho.