Emergency Care Expert Witness


Emergency care 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 emergency care. The emergency care expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Athletic Training, Emergency Medical Services, and Sports Medicine.

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Eric Fuchs, DA, ATC, NRAEMT, SMTC The Rehberg Konin Group

Safety Harbor, Florida
Athletic Training, Emergency Medical Services - Emergency Care, Emergency Planning, Medication use in sports medicine, Program Accreditation, Exercise Science Programs, Event Medicine
Dr. Eric Fuchs currently serves as the Chair of the Department of Exercise & Sport Science and a Professor in the Master of Science in Athletic Training at Eastern Kentucky University. He previously served the athletic training program director for eight years and oversaw the transition from a B.S in Athletic Training to the Professional Master’s in Athletic Training. He previously served as program’s clinical education coordinator. Dr. Fuchs also serves periodically as guest lecture and has served as an adjunct faculty in the EKU Emergency Medical Care program. Dr. Fuchs is currently an adjunct faculty member for Florida International University’s Doctor of Athletic Training Program. Dr. Fuchs is currently certified as an Advanced Emergency Medical Technician by the National Registry of EMTs (NREMT) and is a Kentucky licensed AEMT. He is currently licensed by the Kentucky Board of Medical Imaging & Radiology Therapy for Limited Bone Densitometry. Dr. Eric Fuchs has served as ...

David A Middlemas, EdD, ATC, CCISM The Rehberg Konin Group

Safety Harbor, Florida
Athletic Training, Sports Medicine - Emergency Care, Critical incident management, sports medicine policy and procedure, standard of care, academic curriculum and design, education accreditation
David Middlemas is currently a Professor in the Athletic Training and Sports Medicine Program at Montclair State University (NJ) where he spearheaded the development, and accreditation of the first Bachelor of Science in Athletic Training in New Jersey. Dr. Middlemas earned his bachelor’s degree in Natural Sciences and Mathematics from Muhlenberg College (1977), a certificate in Athletic Training from the Pennsylvania State University (1979), Master of Arts in Physical Education with an emphasis in Sport Medicine from the Kearney State College in (1984), and a Doctor of Education in Educational Statistics and Measurement with a minor in educational administration specializing in higher education from Rutgers University (1999). Dr. Middlemas is certified in Critical Incident Stress Management (CCISM) and serves as a member of the Athletic Trainers’ Society of New Jersey Critical Incident Stress Management team, as well as being trained in Advanced Assisting Individuals in Crisis and...