In response to an earlier blog, a colleague (The Expert Institute) forwarded to me a list of their top ten things to look out for when hiring an expert: An expert who spends a disproportionate amount of time as an expert. As I had mentioned, experts in many of the states where I testify must […]
Dr. Manges Ph.D. | Forensic Psychologist | Expert Witness “Because one believes in oneself, one doesn’t try to convince others. Because one is content with oneself, one doesn’t need others’ approval. Because one accepts oneself, the whole world accepts him or her.” Lao Tzu Although the expert is there to testify so the jury will […]
Vocational experts (VEs) have expertise in being able to identify a person’s ability to work and earning capacity.
Dr. Ken Manges, PhD | Forensic Psychologist Vocational evaluators are asked to assess persons who Have a desire to enter the workforce or change jobs/careers. Evaluate the disabled worker seeking to return to the workforce post injury. Determine the earning potential of an infant or child who has no work history. Evaluate the spouse or […]
Dr. Ken Manges, PhD, Forensic Psychologist The most frequent response after introducing myself as a forensic psychologist is – WOW. Followed by the statement….that’s a really interesting career, followed immediately with the question… What is a Forensic Psychologist? Check out the video explanation below. Forensic psychology is the practice of offering expert witness testimony in […]
By Dr. Ken Manges, PhD | Forensic Psychologist As a forensic psychologist and wage loss expert I frequently receive referrals that overlap both medical and psychological issues. In a recent matter, a claimant’s life was fortunately saved by emergency room personnel who were able to successfully re-start her heart after a cardiac arrest, in the […]