Medical Expert Witness

As a practicing neuroradiologist and expert witness, Dr. Weiss accepts both plaintiff and defense cases. He is widely published in Neuroradiology and has been awarded several US Utility Patents. He is best known for his patented and commercially available software to reduce wrong-level spine surgery.

Neuroradiologist, Medical Expert Witness
Medico-Legal Expert Witness

Dr. Weiss is a National Merit and John Harvard Scholar, and a world-renowned academic neuroradiologist. His educational background includes Harvard College, the University of Michigan Medical School, and the University of Stanford diagnostic residency. He is fellowship trained in both MRI and Neuroradiology. As an MRI expert and visionary innovator, he has authored scores of peer-reviewed papers, and international presentations, and has been awarded several US patents, copyrights, and trademarks. He is perhaps most well-known for his patented software for labeling the spine correctly even in the presence of anatomic variation, or pathology. His software is a commercial product offered on Siemens products to include, but not limited to, CT and MRI scanners, workstations, and multi-modality software platforms. Dr. Weiss maintains an academic appointment as Professor of Radiology at the University of Miami Miller School of Medicine.

Medical Expert Review
Dr. Weiss provides pediatric and adult neuroradiology expert witness services to both plaintiff and defense. Medical record review, independent neuroradiology reads, affidavits, expert witness testimony, depositions, trial exhibits, and PowerPoint presentations are just a few of the services Dr. Weiss provides his clients.

Current State Medical Licenses
Florida, Ohio

Kenneth Lee Weiss, M.D.

Dr. Weiss understands your need to evaluate your case quickly. He offers rapid turnaround time for all cases during the pre-suit period at no additional upcharge. If you are located in the Downtown Miami or Brickell area, he has been known to stop by your firm and pick up the medical records!

OK, but will I understand this guy?
No worries. As an academic neuroradiologist, he has years of proven teaching experience and at just a $240 per hour teleconference rate, you will be sure to have a clear understanding of the imaging involved in your case.