Medical Toxicology & Medical Causation
- Forensic evaluations of affected people, including evaluation of available medical records, and industrial hygiene, environmental engineering, and microbiological evaluations of the nature, magnitudes, and other characteristics of exposures.
- Determination of what medical effects affected people have suffered and whether the weight of evidence supports conclusions to a high degree of medical certainty that particular environmental and workplace exposures caused specific medical effects.
- Evaluation of whether medical diagnoses in affected people are adequately evidenced by evaluations performed previously.
- Clear explanations of all conclusions and findings.
- Evaluation of workplace disease clusters, sick building syndrome, video-display-terminal-related symptoms and signs, and disorders caused by poor ergonomics and how to prevent them, and of environmental and workplace mold and mold toxin exposures and indoor air quality problems.