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So The Other Weather Expert Said What ?

Contributed by James Bria, CompuWeather Sr. Forensic Meteorologist and
Weather Expert

A weather expert can be used in many different ways to assist with pending litigation. One of those valuable services can be to provide comments and feedback on previously submitted reports, affidavits, pictures, or any other information from the opposing side. CompuWeather meteorologists are well versed in providing opinions on many types of information submitted by other weather experts. We may be able to provide you with an extremely valuable review of their documents and answer any questions that have arisen as a result of oppositions report. CompuWeather meteorologists can also provide feedback on the data used for the report and even any theories that the opposing weather expert has set forth. Discovering simple mistakes, bad calculations or finding out the wrong weather data was used can all be valuable information and help you better manage your case. A common issue that we discover quite often when reviewing documents from other weather experts is the use of weather data from unapproved and improper sites. Quite often we find that weather data comes from sites that cannot be certified for court or come from educational, experimental or amateur sites. Verifying the accuracy and integrity of a weather report from the opposition is an important task that should never be overlooked or left to be done the night before going to court.