Mold: Medical and Legal Elements

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Xlibris Corporation, Oct 30, 2015 - Medical - 144 pages
Mold: Medical and Legal Elements provides a primer covering medical and legal issues involved in mold litigation. A physician attorney who has been a senior public health official and expert witness and a trial attorney wrote this book. His experiences have provided him with unusual insights into the interplay between the medical and legal elements of mold litigation. These insights will provide interesting reading to attorneys dealing with this area of law. Unique features of this book include summaries of commonly encountered mold as well as examples of independent medical evaluations designed to counter Daubert Challenges.

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Ernest P. Chiodo is a physician and an attorney who is actively engaged in the practice of both professions, with specialization in the medical and legal aspects of toxin exposures. Dr. Chiodo received his bachelor of arts from Kalamazoo College, his medical, law, biomedical engineering, and industrial toxicology degrees from Wayne State University. He received his master of public health from Harvard and his master of threat response management and master of business administration from the University of Chicago. He is a former medical director of the Detroit Health Department. He teaches toxic tort law at John Marshall and Loyola University law schools in Chicago.

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