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Thoughts on Choosing a Weather Expert for Your Next Case

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

The choice of which weather expert to use in your case is not one to be taken lightly. CompuWeather’s experts are among the best out there when it comes to weather-related testimony. Why? They are certified consulting meteorologists – CCMs. This is a designation given by the American Meteorological Society (AMS) for individuals who meet a certain level of technical competence, character, and experience. It ensures that they are of a certain caliber in order to give the best advice possible to the public. Secondly, our experts have a great deal of courtroom experience. They have testified in all types of cases (slip & falls, wind damage, flooding, etc.) in courtrooms all over the country (local, county, state and federal). Just a few of the states they have testified in are New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, West Virginia, Georgia, Arkansas, Kentucky, Florida, and Louisiana. They also have numerous depositions in multiple states. Our experts are available for video depositions as well. In addition, our expert meteorologists are available for you from the first steps to the courtroom. They can consult with you via phone, author your site-specific weather reports, provide an affidavit review, review documents, and more. Working on forensic weather cases and claims are their main job, unlike other experts whose main job and experience may be in broadcasting, teaching or forecasting.They can give you their full attention and help whenever you need it. Our experts are friendly, knowledgeable, and skillful, and are here to help you whether you’re just starting to work on a weather-related case or you’re about to go to trial in a few days.

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