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About Dr. Paul Rogers
Expert Witness

Dr. Paul Rogers, Expert Witness

Dr Paul Rogers (RMN, PhD, MSc (Econ), MRCPsych (Hon), PG-Cert ENB 650, PG Dip Behavioural Psychotherapy, M.EWI) has been providing expert witness opinion since 2004. He has completed Bond Solon training as an expert in report writing; evidence giving and cross examination.
He is fully indemnified.

He has provided expert opinion to Courts in England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This includes the High Courts of England and Wales and the Republic of Ireland. He is a member of the Expert Witness Institute. He is an 1st tier Expert of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers (APIL) and is on a number of professional Expert Witnesses databases.

He is on the Editorial Panel of the Journal of Forensic Psychiatry and Psychology and an Honorary Member of the Royal College of Psychiatrists and a member of the Royal College of Nursing.

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Expert Witness Opinions

Dr. Paul Rogers has been providing expert opinion since 2004 to a range of courts on matters relating to:

Mental Health (Psychiatric) Nursing

The provision of CBT

Risk assessment and management by Mental Health Teams and services

The use of physical restraint by Health / Social / Public professionals

Such opinions relate to clinical/medical negligence and/or article 2 of the European Conventions of Human Rights. Dr. Paul Rogers has also provided expert opinion to Family Courts, Coroners Courts and Professional Regulatory Bodies.

He has provided expert opinion to Courts in England and Wales, Scotland, Northern Ireland and the Republic of Ireland. This includes the High Courts of England and Wales and the Republic of Ireland. He is a member of the Expert Witness Institute and is on a number of Expert Witnesses databases.

Two notable cases are:

Savage v South Essex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust [2010] EWHC 865 (QB)

The “D Inquiry” - an Article 2 compliant Public Inquiry investigation into the circumstances surrounding the attempted suicide of a man known as D at HMP Pentonville on 27 December 2001.

Dr. Paul Rogers accepts an average of 12 Instructions per year for full and preliminary reports, with a breakdown of 60% claimant and 40% defendant. Report completion times, following receipt of written instructions is 4-6 weeks.

Dr Paul Rogers Limited is registered on the data protection register with the Information Commissioner’s Office (Registration reference: ZA259553).