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List of every expert witness claiming expertise in Asbestos

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Asbestos. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Dr Shneerson in PAPWORTH EVERARD
Chest medicine, general • Sleep medicine
Professor Willey in GLASGOW
Asbestos exposure • Asbestos-related diseases • Asbestos-related legislation • Exposure, diseases, legislation • General health & safety
Dr Warburton in LIVERPOOL
All aspects of respiratory medicine • Occupational diseases such as, occupational asthma, asbestos-related diseases & other pneumoconiosis • All aspects of general medicine • Life expectancy & prognosis
Dr Benfield in MENAI BRIDGE
Occupational asthma • Effects of dusts on the lung, including asbestos, coal dust, silica, etc. • Treatment & prevention of tuberculosis • Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease • Pharmacology & therapeutics in respiratory disorders • Lung cancer • Vocal cord dysfunction • Dysfunctional ventilation • Cardiff University Bond Solon Expert Witness Certificate ...
Dr Honeybourne in BIRMINGHAM
Problems encountered by patients with chest disease using breath alcohol measuring devices • The correct choices of antibiotics for chest infections • The management of acute chest diseases • Diagnosis & treatment of asthma • Occupational chest diseases, including asthma, asbestosis & mesothelioma
Dr Mohammed in LONDON
I have been a consultant at Whipps Cross University Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust in London, since August 2010. I am the Clinical Lead for the lung cancer and pleural disease services. I started medico-legal reporting in 2009. I cover most aspects of respiratory medicine, including COPD, asthma, pulmonary embolism, tuberculosis, lung cancer, pneumonia, oxygen therapy and pulmonary fibrosis. My respiratory expertise provides me with a better understanding of intensive care-related illnesses ...
Mr Stear in ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH
Occupational hygiene • Exposure to hazardous substances • Asbestos exposure
Professor Douglas in LONDON
Respiratory diseases, including asthma, asbestosis, bronchitis, emphysema & mesotheliomal tumour • Environmental factors, including fugitive gas emissions, irritants, carbon monoxide poisoning & toxicology • Occupational disease, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) • Drink driving, failure to give breath sample due to medical impairment • Musculoskeletal disease • Hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS) ...
Dr Prowse in NEWCASTLE-UNDER-LYME
Occupational lung disease, including asbestosis, pneumoconiosis, asthma & COPD • Chest injury • Respiratory disability • Emphysema • Fume inhalation effects
Ms Boyle in ASHBY-DE-LA-ZOUCH
Occupational hygiene • Exposure to hazardous substances • Asbestos exposure
Dr Corless in WIRRAL
I have acted as an expert witness for over 12 years. My fields of expertise include all asbestos-related lung disease, including mesothelioma, asbestosis, diffuse pleural thickening & asbestos-related lung cancer. I have completed more than 500 reports on these conditions. I am also happy to provide life expectancy reports. I have been fully trained in report writing & courtroom skills & attend regular refresher training.
Dr Hughson in CHESTERFIELD
Matters relating to exposure to hazardous substance including, but not restricted to, asbestos, isocyanates, epoxy resins, metal & wood dusts, hydrocarbons, fumes, etc. • In addition, this would include retrospective exposure assessment, exposure modelling, legal duties of employers & employees, & evaluation of the efficacy of working practices & control measures such as ventilation, enclosures, protective clothing & other equipment
Mr Walker in KENILWORTH
Occupational hygiene • Industrial disease litigation • Pollution, atmospheric • Safety, chemical • Safety at work
Mr Papagiannopoulos in LEEDS
Cardiothoracic surgery • Expert in minimally invasive surgery of the chest • Special interest in malignant & benign conditions of the chest cavity, including, but not limited to, lung, chest wall, airway & diaphragm • Extensive experience in pectus repair with open Ravitch or minimally invasive Nuss technique • International experience in management of emphysema with lung volume reduction surgery & valves • Extensive experience in management of chest trauma with skills obtained through long service in South Africa ...
Ms Tierney in HAREFIELD
Asbestos • Provision of CPR Part 35-compliant reports on: • Adequacy of asbestos surveys (compliance with HSG 264, 227) • Adequacy of asbestos removal contracts (compliance with CAR 2012, HSG 247, 248) • Compliance with the 'duty to manage' (CAR Reg 4) • Asbestos land contamination • Assessment of exposure for asbestos-related disease claims
Mr Alford in COLCHESTER
Personal injury accidents in: • Factories • Workshops • Construction sites • Warehouses • Chemical plants • Power stations • Offshore platforms • Quarries • Docks • Transport premises • Agricultural premises • Offices • Shops • Fairgrounds • Leisure centres • Theme parks • Vehicles • Private dwellings • Places of public assembly • Streets, etc. • Also work-related upper limb disorders, asbestos-related diseases, occupational asthma & other work-related diseases
Dr Limbrey in WINCHESTER
A Consultant Respiratory Physician at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust • Assessment of asbestos-related diseases, including pleural plaques, asbestosis, pleural thickening, mesothelioma & lung cancer • Pulmonary fibrosis • Pulmonary vascular disease, including venous thromboembolism (deep vein thrombosis & pulmonary embolus) • Asthma & chronic obstructive pulmonary disease • Respiratory infections • Chest injury • Breathalyser cases • Medical negligence
Mr Dippnall in CHESTERFIELD
Provide expert opinion on occupational disease claims for civil litigation cases in the UK, including occupational asthma, silicosis, dermatitis & asbestos diseases • Matters involving exposures to asbestos, silica, isocyanates, fumes, wood dust, metalworking fluids, toxic metals, bio-aerosols, enzymes, etc. • Legal duties of employers, exposure assessments, safe systems of work, employee training regimes, adequacy of control measures, personal protective equipment & ventilation systems
Dr Barber in MANCHESTER
Industrial lung disease • Occupational asthma • Asbestosis • Respiratory diseases • Lung injury • Bronchitis • Emphysema • Mesothelioma • Pulmonary function testing • Medical negligence ...
Dr Todd in LARNE
Occupational lung diseases, especially asbestos-related ...
Mr Griggs in WORTHING
Holder of the Cardiff University and Bond Solon Civil Expert Certificate and with over 19 years' direct asbestos industry experience managing the risk of asbestos in buildings and brownfield sites, Matthew offers expert witness and opinion on all asbestos regulatory compliance, remediation and management, including: • Remedial disputes and removal standards • Survey quality and practice • Analytical quality and practice • Occupational exposure • Compliance • Testing
Professor Price in WILMSLOW
General oncology (cancer) • Gastrointestinal cancer • Radiotherapy • Tumour growth rates • Breast cancer
Dr Rudd in LONDON
Asbestosis • Mesothelioma • Industrial lung disease • Lung cancer • Respiratory disease • Occupational asthma
Mr Jones in STOURBRIDGE
Steam & hot water boiler plant • Energy conservation • Mechanical, electrical, building & civil contracts • Marine engineering problems in sea-going vessels • Valuation of mechanical & civil plant • Personal injury • Industrial accident • Failure in factory & construction site equipment • Foundries & pollution • Electrical systems • Health & safety matters • Lifts • Interpretation of Electrical Regulations ...
Mr Watson in SOUTHAMPTON
I am an expert on the health effects and control of exposures to physical, chemical, biological and psycho-social stressors that arise in the work environment. My reports are accurate, brief, clear and meet the requirements of CPR 35. My current work is 80% for claimant; 5% for defendant; and 15% as single joint expert. ...
Dr Jones in EDINBURGH
Alan Jones has been involved in several aspects of work to do with asbestos fibres. He has recently led an IOM team in drafting a practical guide on best practice to minimise risks of asbestos exposure for the European Commission. The guide is available in 20 languages from the EC: http://ec.europa.eu/employment_social/health_safety/ asbestos_en.htm. ...
Mr Woolley in ST ALBANS
Expertise: • Recognition, evaluation & control of occupational health risks such as chemicals, dusts, fumes, vapours & noise ...
Mr Asker-Browne in TOTLAND
The effect of work upon health • Management of occupational health programmes • Health & safety policies • Ventilation for control of contaminants • Control of substances hazardous to health • Health effects of the indoor environment • Stack emissions & their measurement
Mrs McNeill in GLASGOW
Health & safety • Mechanical engineering design • Investigation of industrial accidents, personal injuries & fatalities • Occupational diseases (asbestos, noise, hand-arm vibration) • Investigations of fire & explosions • Investigation of defective engineering design & plant mal-performance • PPE • Safe systems of work • Legionnaires disease • Air conditioning systems
Dr Quantrill in LONDON
I specialise in failure to provide (breathalyser) cases for which I have written over 70 reports and appeared in court many times. Other interests include asthma in relation to damp housing, lung injury due to smoke inhalation and coroners' cases. ...
Dr Hetzel in BATH
All aspects of chest, lung & respiratory disease, including: • Asthma • Chronic bronchitis • Emphysema • Lung cancer • Tuberculosis • Sarcoidosis • Fibrosing alveolitis
Professor Woodhead in MANCHESTER
Lung, respiratory & thoracic diseases • Occupational lung disease, e.g. asbestos-related • Legionnaires' disease • Lung infections • Asthma
Dr Collins in LONDON
General medicine & respiratory medicine • Clinical respiratory physiology • Asthma • The interface of heart & lung diseases • Cardiomyopathies • Coronary heart disease • Heart failure • Thyroid diseases • Over 30 years' experience of clinical medicine, both acute & outpatient, in undergraduate & postgraduate teaching hospitals • 20 years' medico-legal practice • Court attendances welcomed • 150 peer-reviewed publications
Mr Hodgkiss in NORWICH
Expert advice can be given in all aspects of asbestos in the field of occupational hygiene, including historic exposure assessment, rent arbitrations or litigations resulting from irreversible damage to belongings & /or property
Dr Marshall in SOUTHAMPTON
Expert in asbestos-related lung disease claims • Also specialises in respiratory disorders, e.g. breathalyser claims ...
Mr Theobald-Vega in NEWCASTLE UPON TYNE
Received 2016 Forensic Insider Award & 2015 Forensic Industry E-mag Award • Experienced investigator for criminal & civil cases • A health & safety professional since 1989 (including 10 years as an HSE Inspector and 10 years as a University Head of Safety • General industrial health & safety across many industries, with specialisms in: • Accident prevention • Asbestos • Construction • COSHH • Biohazards • Research & general laboratory use & construction • safety culture & management
Professor Donaldson in EDINBURGH
I specialise in using toxicological approaches to determine how likely a chemical or dust exposure is to have caused a claimed disease or episode of ill-health. For example, I have opined on whether exposure to chemicals in cleaners was likely to have been associated with asthma & whether working with asbestos was likely to be the cause of an individual developing mesothelioma. I am able to give an opinion on these matters based on comparing the known exposure/response relationship for any ...
Mr Stelling in CHESTERFIELD
Occupational hygiene • Asbestos • Solvents • Dusts • Metals • Fumes • Airborne contaminants • Occupational exposure • Mesothelioma • Respiratory lung diseases • Dermatitis
Mr Froés in BOLTON
The recognition, evaluation and control of workplace environments that lead to ill health from chemical, physical and biological agents. Examples of such agents include: dusts causing respiratory illnesses, such as asbestos and cotton dust; chemicals causing occupational asthma or dermatitis and workplace noise that causes hearing loss. ...
Mrs Green in TARPORLEY
The Bunbury Agency has been providing domiciliary quantum and staff placement reports to solicitors on personal injury cases for the past 25 years. I joined the Agency in 2004 as care manager and I have been writing expert witness reports since 2005. In 2009 I became a certified expert witness, having completed a Bond Solon Expert Witness course in conjunction with Cardiff University. My knowledge and understanding of the domiciliary care industry is now considerable, enabling me to assess in ...
 
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