what to do if a witness expert got it all wrong AGAINST YOU?

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what to do if a witness expert got it all wrong AGAINST YOU?

Postby AlbertheWolf » Mon Jul 01, 2013 5:21 pm

Expert witnesses perform a vital role in civil litigation.

But what to do if a witness expert got it all wrong AGAINST YOU??? :puzz:

An excellent document anyone can be used against a negligent joint expert or simply an expert (example a surveyor) is the guide "Protocol for the Instruction of Experts to give Evidence in Civil Claims" that you can obtain by googling it plus adding the word 'pdf' to find the guide online.
For the lazy ones :yawn: here the link: http://www.justice.gov.uk/courts/procedure-rules/civil/contents/form_section_images/practice_directions/pd35_pdf_eps/pd35_prot.pdf

It is essential that both those who instruct experts and experts themselves are given clear guidance as to what they are expected to do in civil proceedings. The purpose of this Protocol is to provide such guidance. It has been drafted by the Civil Justice Council and reflects the rules and practice directions current [in June 2005], replacing the Code of Guidance on Expert Evidence. The authors of the Protocol wish to acknowledge the valuable assistance they obtained by drawing on earlier documents produced by the Academy of Experts and the Expert Witness Institute, as well as suggestions made by the Clinical Dispute Forum. The Protocol has been approved by the Master of the Rolls.

This useful 'Bible' can be used against any negligent surveyor or witness expert whom got all wrong (against you :puke: )

It includes all the Duties of Experts :geek: , addressing their conduct and rules in providing expert witness statement in civil and criminal cases with details of how should be structured the Contents of Experts’ Reports in accordance with the interpretation of and compliance with Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules (CPR 35) and its associated Practice Direction (PD 35) - Here there is attached this useful 'Bible'

Moreover here you can read more on this topic (Claimant vs Witness or Joint Expert):
Article on the Law Gazette: "Expert witnesses lose 400-year-old immunity" - by Catherine Baksi
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