Ureteral Injuries Expert Witnesses

Ureteral injuries 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 ureteral injuries. The ureteral injuries expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Gynecology, Obstetrics & Gynecology, and Urology & Urological Surgery.

Brian K. Locker, MD Midwest Center for Woman's Healthcare

Des Plaines, Illinois
Obstetrics & Gynecology, Gynecology - Hypoxic Ischemic Neonatal Encephalopathy, Vaginal birth after cesarean, cervix dysplasia, brachial plexus injury, shoulder dystocia, DaVinci robotic hysterectomy injuries, ureteral injuries, bowel injuries, blood vessel injuries, laparoscopic injuries, patent infringement, fetal neurologic injuries
Board Certified for 26 years; Clinical Faculty OB/GYN residents & medical students; Clinical Faculty AAGL MIS Fellowship; Clinical Assistant Professor at U of Illinois & Chicago Medical Schools; Full-time OB/GYN physician in general practice; Former United States Air Force Physician with honorable discharge and Commendation Medal; American Research Council's America's Top Ob/Gyn; Advocate Physician Partner's Safety, Quality Improvement, Clinical Integration committee; Designee of AAGL's Center of Excellence for Minimally Invasive Gynecology; 60% defense, 40% plaintiff cases as of 5/2/19. Extensive experience with DaVinci robotic surgery cases both plaintiff and defense for ureteral, bowel, major blood vessel injuries, as well as shoulder dystocia/brachial plexus injuries and hypoxic ischemic neonatal encephalopathy cases. Previous Director, Advocate Lutheran General Hospital Physician Partners Board of Directors. Expert witness in the Noven Therapeutics v. Actavis and Prinston ...

Michael B Hallet, MD

New Albany, Ohio
Urology & Urological Surgery - GreenLight laser, BPH, kidney stones, ureteral injuries, vasectomy, testosterone, hypogonadism, urologic cancers, testicular torsion, bladder injuries, urologic complications
Michael B. Hallet MD has had a very productive, primarily adult general urologic practice in central Ohio for over 31 years. Though he recently retired, he has extensive experience in both an active office-based and hospital practice. He has reviewed well over 100 urological malpractice cases from over 30 states during his medical legal career. The last few years of practice he averaged 8 deposition/trials per year. Additional experience includes disability and claim reviews for the State of Ohio where he is still a licensed ringside physician. Dr Hallet is a graduate of Stanford University (1974), University of Cincinnati College of Medicine (1978), and its residency program (1984).