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How We Can Support You in the Courtroom

Have you been the victim of a serious burn injury, car accident, dog attack, or assault that left you with scars and deformities? If these resulted due to no fault of your own and not because of an act of God, you may deserve compensation – even if the issues were corrected with plastic surgery.

At The Aesthetic Surgery Center in New York City’s Upper East Side, expert plastic surgeon Elliott H. Rose, MD uses his experience and knowledge to evaluate your case and offer testimony that could support your cause. Learn how The Aesthetic Surgery Center can support you in the courtroom to get the justice you deserve.

Significance of expert testimony

When you’ve experienced an injury that seems to have been caused by the negligence of another or with intent by another, whether that’s an individual or company, you may seek remuneration through the court system. Your case is strengthened when you have an expert witness that details the extent of your injuries and the long-term prognosis for healing or disability.

In dog bite cases, for example, Dr. Rose offers objective information about the extent of any scarring, the details of a treatment plan, and the future scarring or dysfunction associated with the injury. He can do the same if you experienced a catastrophic burn or car wreck.

Case support isn’t just isolated to injuries to your face. Dr. Rose can provide a comprehensive evaluation of injuries to your torso and limbs, too.

Content of expert support

You benefit from having an expert witness like Dr. Rose on your side. 

Our office can help your case by providing:

Not only is Dr. Rose helpful to plaintiffs seeking justice, he can also serve as a defense witness in cases where the party feels wrongfully accused.

He maintains frequent communication with your attorney so you get thorough, expedient support.

Qualifications matter

Dr. Rose has served as an expert witness in many cases and thus knows how to handle himself in the courtroom and when giving depositions.

As Associate Clinical Professor in the Division of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery at The Mount Sinai Medical School and an attending surgeon at The Mount Sinai Medical Center, he has impressive qualifications that support his testimony. He’s also the author of a major textbook in the field of plastic surgery and welcomes patients from across the globe who seek his surgical skills.

Dr. Rose has also made several appearances on major news programs to share his expertise. A member of numerous professional societies, he is well-respected by his peers.

If you’re seeking reparations for an injury due to negligence or intent of harm, Dr. Rose and the Aesthetic Surgery Center are the experts to contact. Have your attorney reach out to the office to get the support you need for justice to be served. Please note that Dr. Rose is not an attorney himself and cannot provide legal advice.

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