Litigation Support Services
Dr. Skalsky has hundreds of hours of expert testimony in his 30 years of experience and is regarded as one of the best in the environmental & industrial health services business. He has provided law firms such as Cohen & Lord, Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith, Bremer & Whyte and many more with expert testimony which has helped provide favorable outcomes for our clients.
Skalsky & Associates utilizes a team approach under the direction of Dr. Skalsky. Augmented by our team of industrial hygienists and safety professionals, we collect data to provide balanced opinions based on state of the art science and accepted principles.
We provide lawyers with expert testimony, trial strategy plans, evaluation of technical data, summaries developed for use by legal staff, and regulatory review for the purposes of risk assessment or hazard evaluation.
Skalsky & Associates has experiences both on the Plaintiff side and Defense side. We have a diverse background working with a variety of different cases. Skalsky & Associates has provided expert testimony for chemical exposures to PCBs, benzene, toluene, and xylene.
We have hundreds of hours of expert testimony concerning the presence, extent, and health implications of fungal exposure in buildings. We also have experience with, asbestos cases, lead cases, pesticide cases, toxic chemical cases, construction defect cases and many more. For more information please see a small sample our litigation support experience - links below.
Litigation Support Experience - Examples of Litigation Support provided by Skalsky and Associates.
Chemical Litigation Support Experience - Documented Case Histories regarding human health as it relates to potential Chemical Risks.
Judge / Jury Experience - There are not many Board Certified Toxicoligist that also have real trial experience. If your case goes to trial, Skalsky and Associates has the court experience and know-how to serve as an expert witness covering a wide variety of health issues.
The bulk of the litigation support experience from 1997 to present has involved toxic mold. Historically, these cases (over 300) have primarily involved identifying the location of fungal colonization and specifying the means of remediation. More recently these litigations almost always involve additional claims concerning human health effects as they are related to potential risks of mycotoxi.
For More Information and/or to discuss your specific health issues:
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