Dr. Lefkowitz understands that some cases are time-sensitive, and once the case is received, he can offer a quick turnaround time.
Dr. Lefkowitz can assist in depositions, and in trial. He can provide a Certificate of Merit and Affidavits in support of your case. Dr. Lefkowitz can travel for courtroom testimony or can provide deposition services remotely via video conference. In addition, he can travel for deposition.
General ophthalmologists perform surgical procedures that are generally highly successful. They monitor medical conditions such as glaucoma and diabetic eye disease. Sub-specialists such as retinal, corneal, and glaucoma surgeons handle more complex situations and perform higher-risk types of surgery.
All of these situations are difficult for anyone but an ophthalmologist to decipher and understand. An experienced general ophthalmologist has a unique understanding of what can possibly go awry in medical and surgical situations. The opinion of an expert is invaluable to attorneys who might be trying to determine whether actual malpractice is present. This can represent a savings in time and expense for the attorney and client.
When a case is initiated by an attorney, the value of the Ophthalmology Expert Witness in deposition and trial cannot be overstated. This can be the key to success in obtaining a settlement or in winning a case in trial.