Forensic document examiners, also known as questioned document examiners, are the people you call to determine the validity, origins, authorship, and other requested information about a particular document. As a court-qualified expert witness who has testified in over 80 cases, I have the background and knowledge to help you determine the authenticity of your document.
Why hire a forensic document examiner
There are cases where the authenticity of a document is called into question. It may be that a signature was forged[HA1] , or that an entire document is fraudulent. In these cases, a forensic document examiner can put your questions to rest by studying the validity of the document in question. It doesn’t matter if a document is handwritten or typewritten, a forensic document examiner will get to the bottom of how that document was produced.
Court-qualified, expert witness
Forensic document examiners essentially analyze the authenticity of a document, even testifying in court as an expert witness. For over 30 years I have worked alongside lawyers, corporations, government officials, and individuals to not only determine the validity of the documents at-hand, but also testifying on their behalf in court.
Wide-ranging experience with handwritten and typewritten documents
As a forensic document examiner, I have dealt with documents that are both handwritten and typewritten for dozens of industries. Some of the documents I have examined include:
- Time sheets
- Inventory lists
- Medical records
- Wills, deeds, guaranties, contracts, and holographic documents
- Graffiti and anonymous notes
- Suicide notes
- And more
As a certified forensic document examiner with over 30 years of experience, I can help you determine the authenticity of a document in question. To learn more about my services, read over my FAQ or contact me today.