Firearms expert witness David Voss testified regarding ammunition evidence in the death of 15 year old Nick Jackson. Voss is a Georgia Bureau of Investigation firearms scientist and described the match between bullets and the handgun linked to defendant Jason Dozier. Seven suspects are being tried in the Lawrenceville, GA, case.
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation is an independent agency that provides assistance to Georgia's criminal justice system in the areas of forensic laboratory services, criminal investigations, and computerized criminal justice information.
Insurance expert witnesses may consult on risk management, insurance fraud, property insurance, insurance contracts, insurance disputes, and related matters. Homeowners along US coastlines are preparing for substantial flood insurance rate hikes this year following the Biggert-Waters Flood Insurance Reform Act of July 2012.
On September 23, 2013, the Federal Emergency Management Agency approved more than $1
billion in assistance to individuals and families in New York whose
property was damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Sandy. With the National Flood Insurance Program $24B in the red, FEMA is phasing out phase out insurance subsidies for owners of homes
built in high-risk flood zones.
More info: http://www.fema.gov/
Accident reconstruction expert witnesses may consult on injury causation analysis, injury
mechanisms, human kinetics, occupant restraint systems, and more. German roller-coaster maker Gerstlauer Amusement Rides is sending officials to Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington a ride after a woman fell to her death. The victim was concerned that the safety bar was not completely engaged when the ride began.
Forensic pathology expert witness Dr. Valerie J. Rao testified Tuesday in the case against George Zimmerman. While the defense states that Trayvon Martin repeatedly slammed
Zimmerman's head into the concrete, Rao testified that Zimmerman's injuries were "insignificant" and did not involve great force. Dr. Rao is the Duval County, FL, Medical Examiner.