Expert Services in Personal Injury and Negligence Cases

The doctors at Shanlis Inc. serve as expert witnesses in personal injury, medical malpractice, defective products, and negligence cases. Professional, confident, and always prepared, they are able to make complex diagnoses understandable. They give expert witness evidence in terms that the jury can understand, and can easily relate to. Shanis Inc. experts are familiar with the many tactics of opposing counsel. They are experienced in answering difficult questions truthfully and carefully in both deposition and cross-examination testimony.

The experts of the Shanlis Inc. practice assist both plaintiffs and defense attorneys in a wide range of issues involved in personal injury cases, intentional harm, or negligent acts, including:

  • Car, Bus, Truck Accidents
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Chemical Burn Injuries
  • Wrongful Death Cases
  • Fire-Related Burn Injuries
  • Catastrophic Injuries
  • Construction Accidents
  • Defective Products
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Adverse Reactions to Medications
  • Animal Attacks

  • Rollover Accidents
  • Medical Negligence
  • Premises Liability
  • Emergency Room Injuries
  • Surgical Mistakes
  • Electrical Burns and Injuries
  • Non-Traumatic Brain Injuries
  • Mental Disability
  • Personal Injury Evaluation
  • Standard of Care Evaluations
  • Negligence

Where traumatic brain injury or other physical trauma may be involved, our clinical psychologists evaluate claims of mental, emotional, and behavioral injuries. Through psychodiagnostic and neuropsychological testing, the experts of Shanlis Inc. assess the plaintiff’s claimed injuries to his or her intellectual ability, emotional reactivity, and behavioral regulation and control.

Our expert evaluations and reports aid in determining whether or not damages exist. If it is determined that an injurious event did exist, the forensic expert will be able to assess the level and severity of distress or disability as a result of an injury.

Commonly reported psychological reactions to injuries may include post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), depression, anxiety disorders, as well as somatic complaints (such as migraines, gastrointestinal problems, nausea, vomiting, colitis, and skin disorders) and cognitive impairments. In survivors of electrical and high voltage injuries, immediate manifestations may include altered consciousness, confusion, disorientation, and amnesia.

Our experts have extensive experience in assessing and evaluating the full range of symptoms resulting from personal injuries, including claims of chronic pain, personality changes, flashbacks, and memory deficits as well as malingering and deception.