Decision Making Capacity Expert Witness

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Decision making capacity expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on decision making capacity. The decision making capacity expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Emergency Medical Services, Geriatric Psychiatry, and Psychiatry.

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Aazaz U Haq, MD

District Of Columbia
Geriatric Psychiatry, Psychiatry - dementia; neuropsychiatry; testamentary capacity; financial capacity; elder abuse; marital capacity; decision-making capacity; memory loss; undue influence; estates and trusts
Aazaz Haq, MD, is a psychiatrist with certifications from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both geriatric psychiatry and general adult psychiatry. Dr. Haq completed his undergraduate education, medical school, and residency training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He subsequently completed a fellowship in geriatric psychiatry at UCLA. He owns a private practice called McLean Neuropsychiatric Treatment Center. He recently worked as the director of neuromodulation at the Philadelphia VA Hospital, prior to which he was an inpatient geriatric psychiatrist at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital and an affiliated clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. His forensic interests relate to financial elder abuse and questions of financial capacity and vulnerability to undue influence.

Ryan C. Jacobsen, MD, FACEP, FAEMS University of Kansas Health System

Olathe, Kansas
Emergency Medical Services - Emergency Medical Services, EMS, EMT, Paramedic, 911 Dispatch, refusal of care, decision-making capacity, medical direction, opioid overdose, ambulance, inter-facility transfers, out-of-hospital, resuscitation, ketamine, trauma, cardiac arrest, spinal care, airway care, excited delirium,
Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and award winning teacher who lectures throughout the Midwest. Board certified in Emergency Medicine and sub-specialty board certified in Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Extensive experience providing medical oversight to EMS providers as a full-time EMS Medical Director. Experience providing medical direction for 911 dispatch center, law enforcement and school districts. Active in local, regional, state and national EMS policy groups. Actively publish on the topic of EMS in the peer-reviewed literature.

Aazaz U Haq, MD

Maryland
Geriatric Psychiatry, Psychiatry - dementia; neuropsychiatry; testamentary capacity; financial capacity; elder abuse; marital capacity; decision-making capacity; memory loss; undue influence; estates and trusts
Aazaz Haq, MD, is a psychiatrist with certifications from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both geriatric psychiatry and general adult psychiatry. Dr. Haq completed his undergraduate education, medical school, and residency training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He subsequently completed a fellowship in geriatric psychiatry at UCLA. He owns a private practice called McLean Neuropsychiatric Treatment Center. He recently worked as the director of neuromodulation at the Philadelphia VA Hospital, prior to which he was an inpatient geriatric psychiatrist at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital and an affiliated clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. His forensic interests relate to financial elder abuse and questions of financial capacity and vulnerability to undue influence.

Aazaz U Haq, MD

McLean, Virginia
Geriatric Psychiatry, Psychiatry - dementia; neuropsychiatry; testamentary capacity; financial capacity; elder abuse; marital capacity; decision-making capacity; memory loss; undue influence; estates and trusts
Aazaz Haq, MD, is a psychiatrist with certifications from the American Board of Psychiatry and Neurology in both geriatric psychiatry and general adult psychiatry. Dr. Haq completed his undergraduate education, medical school, and residency training at the University of Michigan in Ann Arbor. He subsequently completed a fellowship in geriatric psychiatry at UCLA. He owns a private practice called McLean Neuropsychiatric Treatment Center. He recently worked as the director of neuromodulation at the Philadelphia VA Hospital, prior to which he was an inpatient geriatric psychiatrist at the Palo Alto Veterans Affairs Hospital and an affiliated clinical assistant professor of psychiatry at Stanford University. His forensic interests relate to financial elder abuse and questions of financial capacity and vulnerability to undue influence.