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A Forensic Psychiatrist Expert Witness To Strengthen Your Court Case

A psychiatrist expert witness specialises in making sense of the enigma of the human mind. Humans can commit crimes that many of us would deem incomprehensible and unfathomable, but a psychiatry expert witness can make sense of them. Expert witness psychiatry is a discipline that falls within the branch of medicine and focuses on mental/ behavioural disorders. A psychiatry expert witness specialises in determining whether the accused has mental health issues, an anxiety or mood disorder, if substance abuse is involved, or if they have a form of dementia. An expert witness psychiatrist does this by interviewing the individual and assessing their symptoms, medical history and daily living habits in order to determine whether these factors had an impact on their criminal activity.

If you think your case might require a medical expert witness you can read about our medical expert witness service here.

Common Requests for Reports Our Psychiatric Expert Witnesses Perform for the Courts:

 

  • Adult psychiatric reports
  • Elderly psychiatric report
  • Child/adolescent psychiatric reports
  • Forensic psychiatry expert witness reports
  • Certificate of capacity
  • Second opinion reports
  • Mental health tribunals
  • Anxiety and depression
  • Psychosis including schizophrenia
  • Personality disorders
  • PTSD
  • Capacity to Instruct
  • Impact of mental health upon parenting
  • Post-natal depression and puerperal psychosis

Expert Witness Psychiatrists For Forensic and Clinical Cases

When it comes to legal cases, an expert witness in psychiatry plays an integral role in resolving courtroom disputes and ensuring the administration of justice. Using their expert knowledge of neurology and cognitive traits, a forensic psychiatry expert witness can use their awareness of psychiatric principles to analyse the evidence presented before providing a high quality medical testimony. On the other hand, an adult psychiatrist expert witness can provide diagnostic tests to determine psychiatric disorders in adults such as bipolar, anxiety, personality disorders etc. A psychiatrist report from an expert witness in psychiatry whether they  are a forensic psychiatry expert or an adult psychiatry expert,  can significantly strengthen a legal case and help solicitors understand the complex neurological issues. We can provide a forensic psychiatry expert in both forensic and clinical settings depending on the requirements and specificities of each legal case. Foresight’s expert network has been developed extensively to ensure we’re meeting client expectations by granting them access to the right psychiatry expert witnesses when and where they’re required.

An Outstanding Reputation For Providing Quality Psychiatry Expert Witnesses

As one of the foundational services of our expert witness practice, the development of our expert witness psychiatry network owes much to its reputation among psychiatric doctors throughout the UK. We’re proud to be a go-to source for forensic and adult psychiatric expert witnesses for solicitors and we are always willing to share the expertise of our network with clients. As we prioritise the quality and calibre of every psychiatry expert witness we have on our system, we always ensure our expert witnesses are thoroughly vetted to ensure that they come with demonstrable experience in consulting in private and public healthcare services.

Our psychiatry expert witness service is comprehensive; our experts are located throughout the UK and are available for home and solicitor office visits. They’re also able to conduct prison visits to assess those on remand. The Foresight team are always on hand to ensure the smooth transmission of up-to-date information between all parties involved, and helping to ensure that specifications are met.  It’s the role of our Case Manager to assist in arranging meetings and administering time tables to make sure that the case runs smoothly and to the strict timetable directed by the courts.

A Psychiatry Expert Witness Service That Meets Your Requirements

We pride ourselves on delivering all our forensic psychiatry expert witnesses and adult psychiatry expert witnesses psychiatrist expert witnesses on time. We always provide reports within four weeks of receiving formal instructions but if you need reports quicker, all you have to do is notify one of our case managers and we’ll ensure that the deadline is met without compromising on quality. All of our staff are committed to supporting you throughout the entire process from brief to report and are willing to save you time and money when it comes to psychiatry expert witness provision.

If you want to know what an expert psychiatrist can bring to your legal case read our article here: >>

 

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