PASADENA, Calif. (March 30, 2016) – The readers of the National Law Journal have voted ForensisGroup as the best Expert Witness Provider in 2016. The National Law Journal is regarded as a trusted resource for attorneys and legal professionals working in the industry, making this vote one of the more prestigious honors granted within the legal field. The hard work of ForensisGroup and its staff will be widely recognized in The National Law Journal Best Of edition, one of the publication’s most read and sought after issues.
“We are extremely honored to receive this award and truly grateful for the vote of confidence by our clients, experts, and friends in the industry,” says Ms. Mercy Steenwyk, President and CEO of ForensisGroup. “It means a lot to us and it inspires us to be even more relentless in delivering an unmatched service while fulfilling our purpose in the overall scheme of things.”
Started in 1991 as an engineering expert resource and consulting company, ForensisGroup has grown into its role as a leading provider of experts by recruiting from a wide range of disciplines. With a committed staff providing attentive and personalized service for each client, ForensisGroup has secured its place as the number one expert witness provider amongst the readers of the National Law Journal by offering highly qualified experts based on the results of a rigorous screening process, ensuring that only the most trusted and credible individuals are recruited from each discipline. ForensisGroup is determined to retain its position as a number one resource by continuing to grow as a company while moving forward into 2016 and beyond.
ForensisGroup is the nation’s best expert witness search firm. We provide vetted and highly qualified experts and consultants in hard-to-find areas for complex cases. We offer no-obligation expert referrals to top law firms and Fortune 500 companies. ForensisGroup offers expert witnesses in in-demand industries such as construction, finance, medicine, engineering, intellectual property, real estate, securities, telecommunications, banking, insurance, and other subject-matter disciplines.