Searching for a financial expert witness for your banking and financial case means that you need to ask lots of questions before you decide on the right person for the job. One of the best pieces of advice we have to offer to you is that you should do a background check on your financial expert witness. By learning the specifics of their background, you can feel confident that you are making the right decision.
When you have done your research on a financial expert witness candidate, you can prevent embarrassing issues that may arise during a trial. Sometimes it seems like a good idea to hire someone like a professor or an accountant, but you may be surprised what can be found in the public arena. You may discover that an expert opinion presented during a trial was excluded when it was discovered that they were presenting personal opinions and not an expert analysis. Another issue that may arise is that statements that the financial expert witness made during a trial were different than statements made in their writings. This could damage their credibility significantly.
Furthermore, it is ideal to check several witnesses before you hire your financial expert witness. We recommend that you get feedback from other attorneys that have worked with the financial expert witness you are considering. Additionally, you should do some research and contact at least one attorney who has worked with the witness you are considering that does not appear on their list of references. On occasion, doing this kind of deep research has shown that someone who claimed they were a financial expert witness was actually ex-felons or individuals who did not actually receive the PhDs they claimed to have earned.
When you speak with Mr. Michael F. Richards, you can feel confident that he will provide you with the information you need about his past experience. He has posted about a lot of his experience here on this Website and is prepared to share any information about his past. Contact Mr. Richards today at (406) 282-6079 or email him at firstname.lastname@example.org for a consultation. He is ready to hear about your case and offer his knowledge to help you succeed.