Kasturba Medical College,
University of Iowa,
B.S., General Science, 1975
Thompson Coburn LLP
Incarnate Word Hospital
General Surgery, 1986
Saint Louis University
Preventive and Social Medicine, 1985-1986
St. Louis County Health Department
Developed and implemented a Pediculosis clean-up protocol at four St. Louis shelters for the homeless, 1986
General Medicine, 1985
Obstetrics and Gynecology, 1984-1985
University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics
Assistant in Clinical Chemistry, 1973
Steven has more than 22 years of experience as a medical consultant for the Firm.
He has addressed a variety of medico-legal issues pertaining to internal medicine, surgery, obstetrics/gynecology and their respective subspecialties. His work has primarily involved case review/analysis, consultation for deposition and trial preparation, academic medical research and analysis of scientific literature in conformance with case needs and legal theories. He has worked extensively with attorneys on medically-related matters involving toxic torts and product liability claims in tobacco litigation, and in the railroad, environmental and admiralty law practice group areas focusing upon mitigating claims for damages from a medical defense perspective
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