Mark Siegert PhD, Forensic psychology expert located in New Jersey with extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal practice supporting litigation and insurance professionals
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Mark Siegert PhD, Forensic psychology expert located in New Jersey with extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal practice supporting litigation and insurance professionals Mark Siegert PhD, Forensic psychology expert located in New Jersey with extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal practice supporting litigation and insurance professionals Mark Siegert PhD, Forensic psychology expert located in New Jersey with extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal practice supporting litigation and insurance professionals
 

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Forensic Psychology Expert

Mark Siegert, PhD, Forensic psychology expert, located in New Jersey with extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal practice supporting litigation and insurance professionalsDr. Siegert has an extensive background and current expertise in civil and criminal forensic psychology. With more than twenty-seven years of clinical psychology practice, and more than 22 years of forensic psychology, Dr. Siegert provides a carefully analyzed thorough consultation, with ongoing consistent responsiveness to the client.

Reports are clear, thorough, and well-written without jargon. Testimony is clear and plain spoken.

Dr. Siegert is a former faculty member at Harvard Medical School, Harvard Graduate School of Education, and Columbia University. Media appearances include The O'Reilly Factor, Paula Zahn, Crossfire, Connie Chung, Paula Zahn, CourtTV, MSNBC, among others.

When retained in civil matters, Dr. Siegert has a great deal of experience in employment evaluations, discrimination (including those covered under the ADA,) sexual harassment, psychological damages, and the effects of psychological states upon actions or decisions of an individual. Workplace evaluations include various types of Risk Assessment and Fitness-For-Duty. He also specializes in the detection of genuineness versus exaggeration or malingering of psychological and neuropsychological symptoms.

When retained in criminal cases, his evaluations include competency to waive Miranda rights, Competency to Proceed, Criminal Responsibility (insanity, diminished capacity, guilty but mentally ill), and Risk Assessment for future Violence and Sexual Offenses, including SVP and Megan's Law evaluations.

Evaluations of personality factors including Personality Disorders and Psychopathy (Psychopaths), psychotic states (including delusions and paranoia), and affective (mood) disorders are within his expertise. Cognitive evaluations including brain damage, developmental disabilities and mental retardation. As a clinician and professor, he has administered or supervised more than 5,000 psychological test batteries with a very broad range of clients.

CIVIL:

Civil practice with expertise in:

  • Employment:
    • Employment Discrimination
    • Sexual Harassment
    • Wrongful Termination
    • American's with Disabilities Act (ADA)
  • Detection of malingering and symptom magnification
  • Workplace Risk Assessment
  • Violence Risk Assessment
  • Independent Medical Examination (IME)
  • Emotional, Psychological and Neuropsychological Damage
  • Contractual Competency; Present and Retrospective
  • Guardianship
  • Dementia
  • Memory Impairments
  • Brain Damage
  • Psychological Testing
  • Educational Discrimination and Deprivation
  • Fitness for Duty Evaluations
  • Law Enforcement Candidate Examinations
  • Neuropsychology
CRIMINAL:

Civil practice with expertise in:

  • Competency to Proceed to Trial (including objective, scientifically standardized psychological tests to assess competency for all intellectual levels including the Mentally Retarded, and Borderline Intellectual Functioning)
  • Miranda Rights - competency to waive (including objective, scientifically standardized psychological tests of competency to waive these rights)
  • Criminal Responsibility - including diminished capacity and insanity
    • Diminished capacity
    • Insanity
    • Guilty but Mentally Ill
  • Violence Risk Assessment
  • Sexual Offense Risk Assessment
  • Mental Retardation and intellectual deficits
    • Atkins Hearings (Death Penalty/Mental Retardation)
    • Borderline Intellectual Functioning
  • Death Penalty
  • Fitness for Duty Evaluations
  • Law Enforcement Candidate Examinations
  • Neuropsychology

 

  
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