The accident lawyer is a specialist in medical emergencies and accident investigations.
He is also the accident investigator.
He investigates accidents involving the driver, the passengers, and the occupants of a car.
An accident lawyer investigates and helps to investigate serious accidents.
An injury lawyer investigates accidents that involve injuries to persons, property, and infrastructure.
An ambulance lawyer investigates medical emergencies that involve ambulance services.
An emergency medical technician investigates emergencies involving medical equipment.
An officer of the court investigates criminal charges, including the investigation of criminal offences, against a public servant, officer of a police force, or public servant or employee.
An independent police officer investigates serious crimes against public servants, police officers, or employees.
An insurance agent investigates insurance fraud and other types of malpractice claims.
A personal injury lawyer assists a client in suing an employer for injuries resulting from an accident or incident.
A lawyer representing a client who has been injured as a result of a criminal act investigates and reports on criminal cases.
A private lawyer investigates criminal cases against public officials and members of their families.
A criminal lawyer investigates serious criminal charges against public figures, including members of the government, political parties, or business organizations.
An occupational health specialist investigates occupational injuries resulting in occupational disorders.
An osteopathic physician investigates osteopathic disorders.
A dental surgeon investigates dental injuries.
A chiropractor investigates injuries that result from the manipulation of the spine.
An anaesthetist investigates medical malpractice cases involving cardiac arrest.
A medical toxicologist investigates deaths resulting from injuries caused by toxic substances.
An electrician investigates electrical disturbances.
A computer operator investigates computer security breaches.
A laboratory technician investigates laboratory contamination.
A physician investigates accidents resulting from a medical condition, illness, or injury.
A physiotherapist investigates injuries to the body, including cardiac or respiratory emergencies, and assists patients and families in coping with such emergencies.
A nurse investigates accidents or deaths resulting in a medical or surgical condition, including respiratory or heart conditions, stroke, or heart attacks.
A hospital aide investigates medical or hospital procedures.
A pharmacist investigates drugs or supplies, and reports to the appropriate authorities.
A public health or public safety professional investigates serious health hazards, including accidents resulting in exposure to dangerous substances.
A forensic anthropologist investigates and studies anthropological remains, including human remains.
A law enforcement officer investigates and investigates serious crime or public corruption, and helps other law enforcement officers investigate such cases.
An attorney investigates and prosecutes criminal cases, and provides legal advice to clients and their families in the preparation of a response.
An information technology professional investigates information technology systems, including computers, cellphones, and tablets, and maintains their security.
A legal clerk assists clients and families with the preparation and filing of legal papers, including motions and documents, and other related documents.
An accountant provides financial advice to employers and employees and helps them manage their finances.
An investment adviser assists clients in investing in companies and individuals.
An industrial engineer investigates industrial accidents and the impact they may have on people’s lives and the environment.
An electrical engineer investigates and designs and manufactures power lines and other equipment, and also prepares and tests electrical circuits.
A software engineer investigates software issues and defects.
A mechanical engineer investigates mechanical problems and design changes, and then helps others to improve their designs.
An engineer develops software to improve safety and reliability.
An operator of a water utility investigates and resolves power outages.
An environmental engineer investigates, inspects, and tests environmental conditions, including pollution and air quality.
An oil and gas operator investigates spills, leaks, and contamination, and is responsible for the safety of the environment, customers, and workers.
A hazardous materials expert investigates hazardous materials and their use, including waste management, disposal, and cleanup.
An energy expert investigates and advises on the safe use of energy sources, including nuclear power plants, coal plants, and gas pipelines.
An engineering and environmental scientist investigates and develops energy systems for industrial and industrial-scale facilities, and works to reduce the environmental impact of such facilities.
An earth sciences expert investigates natural resources, including land, water, air, and water resources.
An anthropologist, climatologist, geochemist, meteorologist, oceanographer, and environmental chemist investigate natural resources and their processes and observations.
A geophysicist investigates the movement of the Earth and its environmental effects.
An air pollution specialist investigates the impact of pollution on the environment and the health of individuals.
A microbiologist investigates the spread of bacteria and other organisms and the role of microbes in the body.
An economist investigates the economic impact of different policies, and advises governments and business organizations on economic development strategies.
A toxicologist, a toxicologist’s assistant, an environmental scientist’s assistant or toxicologist consultant, and a chemical specialist investigate chemicals, including toxic substances, and identify and identify toxic chemicals in the environment in order to predict and respond to environmental risks and hazards.
A chemical scientist investigates the properties of chemicals, their formation, and their potential health effects, including effects on health and the risk of developing chronic illnesses.
A soil scientist or ge