Jail Medicine Expert Witnesses

Jail medicine 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 jail medicine. The jail medicine expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Addiction Medicine, Correctional Healthcare, and Occupational Medicine.

Nathaniel R. Evans, II, M.D., FACEP

Delanco , New Jersey
Occupational Medicine, Correctional Healthcare - Addiction Medicine, Emergency Medicine, General Practice, Internal Medicine, Preventive Medicine, Disability Evaluation, Jail Medicine, Dram Shop Litigation Issues
Board Certified by the American Board of Internal Medicine, the American Board of Preventive Medicine (Occupational Medicine) and the American Board of Addiction Medicine. Previous positions include: -Chief, Department of Emergency Medicine, Rancocas Hospital, Willingboro, N.J. -President and Medical Director, Burlington Medical Center, Wilingboro, N.J. -Medical Director Burlington County (New Jersey) Department of Corrections -Physician, Virtua at Work -Medical Director, Concentra of Northeast Philadelphia Provide litigation support in Correctional/Jail Medicine related cases.

Ryan D. Herrington, MD MPH David Medical Services PLLC

Olympia, Washington
Correctional Healthcare, Addiction Medicine - Correctional expert witness, correctional medical director, prison medicine expert, jail medicine expert, prison medicine doctor
I offer plaintiff and defense expert witness services in the field of correctional medicine. As of December 2021, I have reviewed approximately 80 files with approximately 20 requiring deposition and 1 proceeding to a trial appearance. I adhere to the Guideline for Physicians Serving as Expert Witness published by the American College of Correctional Physicians of which I am a member. Broadly speaking, my testimony commonly involves standard of care in a correctional environment. Specific concerns that frequently arise include: -Wrong/missed diagnosis -Wrong/insufficient or no treatment -Delay of care -Insufficient access including but not limited to failing to refer to specialist providers and failure to use the local emergency department I have experience both as a primary care physician in a correctional environment and also as a physician administrator.