Posted by johncodie on 1/22/07
I would say that Richard is an expert in his field and does
a pretty good job of promoting himself in the industry.
Our attornys, which were many worked with him and had both
positive and negatives. He exceeded the others that were
selected by the insurance industry, but they were not
toxicologist. Which goes on to does your expert need to be
the person taking the samples. The cost of sampling is
high, and the cost of using Richard is very, very expensive
for the individual. When including travel time, and
supplies, and correspondence for one trip back ten years
ago one would be looking for a bill of $10,000 to $15,000.
If fully employed that would be somewhere between 1.5 to
2.0 millon a year.
I know Richard is not a medical doctor as he can not
provide a medical diagnosis, and can not provide
treatment. He can provide expert testimony as to what
toxins are capabable of doing, and has been involved in
millon dollar cases being won. He has been on a winning
team more than once.
I am sure with the start of the new year he is trying to
get more exposure and clients lined up for more trips. I
use the term Richard because I consider him a friend rather
than a foe, but in business. It should and always be buyer
beware. His credentials are on his web site and perhaps he
can clarify his current fees here, or in seperate
He is like any any other Joe, or Jane making a living the
good old fashioned way. He works for it!
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