ForensisGroup Hypoxia Expert Witnesses are involved in all aspects of this condition in which the body or a region of the body is deprived of adequate oxygen supply at the tissue level. Hypoxia can be classified as either generalized, affecting the whole body, or local, affecting a region of the body.
Our hypoxia experts consult on litigation issues of standard of care in malpractice and negligence cases.
These experts have many years of experience in medical malpractice cases where a patient enters a hospital for a relatively minor surgery but suffers an anoxic or hypoxic brain injury. This is a severe brain injury caused by a loss of oxygen to the brain.
The symptoms and adverse effects of anoxic brain injuries are like those of traumatic brain injuries. In many instances, they are incurable. The symptoms can vary from memory loss or problems with speech to being in a coma or persistent vegetative state.
If you are unable to find the expert or consultant that you need in our premier selection, please contact us. We will research and recruit additional experts, for your review, at no cost or obligation to you. Your initial case consultations with select expert witnesses, prior to retention, are free, so you can make an initial assessment of each expert. Our experts do not pay to be listed. This allows ForensisGroup to rigorously and continuously screen the hypoxia expert witnesses in our network, ensuring that we connect you with the most authoritative and effective professionals in the industry.