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Health is a term that has changed over the decades, as it initially referred to a body’s innate ability to function. The modern understanding of health is much more expansive, as we now view health as a way to gauge efforts that aim to improve human health including mental, physical and social well-being free of infirmity and disease. This creates a range of specialties when it comes to health experts, as the term is very broad.  Our health expert witnesses, speakers, and consultants are scholars and researchers from major universities and various industry professionals. Areas of expertise are broad and varied, ranging from disease prevention and treatment to health policy, economics, and insurance to forensic medicine and beyond. Our health experts have extensive experience providing litigation support.

Health Economics

Health economics is a division of subdivision of economics concerned with the issues related to the efficiency, effectiveness, value, and behavior in the creation and utilization of health and healthcare. Health economists study the creation and utilization of health and healthcare.

Health Insurance

The American healthcare industry is valued at $3,504 trillion, with the average citizen spending about $4,342 on healthcare in the year 2017. Health Insurance is insurance coverage that pays for medical, surgical and occasionally dental expenses for the insured.


The American healthcare industry is valued at $3,504 trillion, with the average citizen spending about $4,342 on healthcare in the year 2017. Healthcare experts are often retained in order to lend their expertise to issues related to malpractice, negligence, medical errors, and more.

Heat Transfer

Heat transfer is a focus area within the realm of thermal engineering that is related to the generation, use, conversion, and exchange of heat between physical systems. It involves the movement of thermal energy from one object to another object of different temperature.

Hedge Funds

An investment fund that pools capital from various accredited or institutional investors, and subsequently invests in assets is known as a hedge fund. In 2017, the total global value of assets that are managed by hedge funds is nearly three trillion dollars.


The focus area within medicine that concerns itself with the study of blood-related diseases is known as hematology. Hematology includes the treatment of diseases that have an impact on blood production including cancers, leukemia, hemophilia, and lymphoma.

Higher Education

Higher education is education beyond high school, mainly at a college or university. There are many benefits to higher education, such as interesting and inspiring careers, higher pay, and increased societal value.

Home Inspection

A home inspection is an examination of a property’s safety and current conditions. These inspections take place as a condition to the property’s sale.  A buyer arranges and pays for a home inspection to help convince the buyer to buy the house.

Human Factors

The study of how humans behave physically, psychologically in specific environments is known as the Human factor. Human Factors, also known as ergonomics, are important to make the workplace more efficient, successful, and safe. If not applied, human factors can result in employees being overburdened by ineffectual equipment and work processes, which can lead to decreased productivity, increased error rates, and the risk of injury, illness and accidents.

Human Resources

Human Resources refers to both the people who work for a company or organization and the department responsible for managing those employees. Human Resource Management plays a major role in assisting companies in coping with the fast-paced workplace environment and the large demand for quality employees.

Human Rights

The set of moral principles that are used to outline certain standards of human behavior, often protected as rights within international law, is known as human rights. These fundamental rights are inherent despite religion, location, language, or nation.


Hydrogeology is a focus area within the realm of geology that deals specifically with the movement and distribution of groundwater in the soil and rocks of the planet’s crust. Water is at the center of life on earth, making it a critically important topic. Water isn’t obstructed by borders or property, which often leads to complex disputes.


Water is one of earth’s most important natural resources. If there was no water, there would be no life on earth. Every day in the United States, it is estimated that each person uses 80-100 gallons of water, and the average family uses 300 gallons per day. That is an estimated total of 322 billion gallons of water used every day in the United States.


Hypertension is also known as high blood pressure, and this disorder affects 1 in every 3 American adults. Hypertension can lead to various medical issues, which is why expert consultants can offer valuable insight into a variety of cases.