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Moseley Vocational Consulting, LLC
Trey Moseley, MA, CRC
Vocational Consultant/Expert
1655 McFarland Blvd. N., Ste. 268
Tuscaloosa AL 35406
USA
phone: 205-632-5320
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Robert D. (Trey) Moseley III, MA, CRC is a Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) who provides vocational consulting services in the form of litigation support, vocational assessments, and testimony in court. With a Master of Arts in Rehabilitation Counseling from the University of Alabama, Mr. Moseley obtained his Certified Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC) certification in 2007. He is a Certified Job Coach with a post-graduate certificate in Forensic Rehabilitation Counseling from The George Washington University.

Mr. Mosley offers Expert Witness services to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense. He has been retained as an expert over 40 times. Mr. Moseley's areas of practice include Personal Injury, Workers' Compensation, Long Term Disability, Medical Malpractice, Product Liability, ADA Discrimination, and Marital Dissolution. His services include testing, reports, record review, critique of reports, and personal interviews.

Vocational Assessments Include:
  • Psychometric Testing
  • Loss of Earning Capacity Calculations
  • Labor Market Surveys
  • Transferable Skills Analysis
  • Specific Job Analysis
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Dr. Timothy Habick, Ph.D
Reasoning, Inc.
Forensic Linguistics
1341 Gilbert Road
Meadowbrook PA 19046
USA
phone: 215-275-5388
Reasoning, Inc. provides expert testimony for trademarks, defamation, authorship attribution, and communicative malpractice related to faulty tests and surveys. Reasoning is a group of doctoral-level linguists and logicians with superior understanding of all aspects of language. We do linguistic and logical analyses of publications, newspapers, books, letters, interviews, advertisements, manuals, contracts--to identify meanings, inferences, innuendoes, bias, actual malice, damage to reputation, similarity to other documents, copyright infringement, plagiarism, breach of contract, authorship, and fraud.

As a specialist in educational testing, Dr. Habick provides expert testimony on educational practices related to fairness, bias, psychometrics, and flawed test questions or testing programs.

Dr. Habick provides Linguistic Analysis of news reports and other communications and in assessment of Violations of Legal, Ethical, and Professional Standards.

Dr. Habick testified as an expert witness in linguistics in the U.S. District Court, Trenton, in The United States of America v. Tyshon Bey.

Dr. Habick performed linguistic analyses on defamation and trademark cases for Pisanelli-Bice, Las Vegas; Shumaker, Loop & Kendrick, Tampa; Seed Intellectual Property Law Group, Seattle, and Perkins Coie, Seattle.

Reasoning, Inc. also provided expert testimony on unfair testing, grading, and educational practices for Seals v. State of Mississippi et al.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Libel
  • Defamation
  • Slander
  • Trademarks
  • Invasion of Privacy
  • Copyright Infringement
  • Discourse Analysis
  • Logical Analysis
  • Logically Flawed Argumentation
  • Plagiarism
  • Education
  • Educational Examinations
  • Bias and Fairness
  • Psychometrics
  • Authorship Identification
  • Interpretation of Contracts
  • Taped Conversations
Professional Affiliations
American Dialect Society (ADS)
International Association of Forensic Linguists (IAFL)
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David P. Pingitore, Ph.D, ABPP
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Oakland CA 94611
USA
phone: 510-433-7132
fax: 510-428-9042
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David Pingitore 
<br/><br/>Psychology Expert PhotoDavid P. Pingitore, PhD, ABPP, has over 30 years of experience in Professional Psychology as an administrator, faculty, researcher and clinician.

Dr. Pingitore is Board Certified in Clinical Psychology through the American Board of Professional Psychology. Licensed to practice in California, Hawaii, and Nevada, Dr. Pingitore has conducted over 200 forensic psychological and neuropsychological assessments for the civil and criminal arenas. He has served as a consultative examiner for the Social Security Administration for over 20 years and was a member of the medical staff of two community hospitals during his professional career.

Dr. Pingitore has been awarded two post doctoral fellowships. He participated in a 2 1/2 year post doctoral fellowship in primary care health psychology through Michigan State University with additional training in neuropsychology through the University of Michigan. He has also been awarded an NIMH Fellowship/Visiting Scholarship through the School of Public Health, University of California, Berkeley.

Litigation Support - He provides forensic psychological and neuropsychological assessment services including Civil and Criminal court-ordered examinations, Independent Medical Examinations (IMEs), Personal Injury assessments, and Qualified Medical Examinations. He has 15 years of experience in trial testimony as an expert witness.

Dr. Pingitore is an expert in differential psychiatric diagnoses and in the evaluation of malingered neuro-cognitive deficits. He is a national consultant to IME companies, and to elder law, personal injury, employment compensation, and workers' compensation attorneys.

Dr. Pingitore has published over 15 peer reviewed articles in psychology and is an Expert Reviewer for the California Board of Psychology and Medical Board. He is presently an examiner with the Alameda County Superior Court.

Areas of Expertise:
  • Medical Malpractice
  • Depression
  • Traumatic Brain Injury
  • Symptom Validity Assessment
  • PTSD
  • Geriatric Psychology
  • Oakland Office
    17 Glen Eden Avenue, #3
    Oakland, CA 94611
    Telephone: 510-433-7132

    Fresno Office
    2060 N. Winery Ave., Suite 101
    Fresno, CA 93710
    Telephone: 510-433-7132
    Modesto Office
    1015 12th Street
    Modesto, CA 95354
    Telephone: 510-433-7132

    Reno Office
    542 Lander Street
    Reno, NV 98509
    Telephone: 510-433-7132


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    1/24/2017 · Psychiatry
    Objective: To determine if demographic differences exist in patients with depressive symptoms as the principal reason for visits to primary care physicians (PCP) versus psychiatrists. To estimate the likelihood of these patients receiving a range of mental health services from each provider group. Methods: Review and analysis of all outpatient visits made by patients with depressive symptoms using the National Ambulatory Medical Care Surveys (NAMCS) conducted in 1995 and 1996. Results: A significantly greater proportion of visits by persons with depressive symptoms as the principal reason for visit were made to psychiatrists than to primary care physicians (T = -3.56, P = .000).

    12/16/2016 · Neuropsychology
    Plaintiffs and other petitioners often sue for damages due to reported cognitive or emotional impairment. These impairments are often said to be the result of traumatic brain injury suffered in accidents or toxic exposures or due to medical procedures. Such impairments can often be subtle, not easily understood by nonprofessionals, but still claimed to have changed a person's life.

    10/10/2016 · Psychiatry
    Objective: The authors compared data from psychiatrists and psychologists in California to determine whether long-standing differences in clinical practice remain after the introduction of managed care and other changes in mental service delivery. Methods: Responses from practicing clinicians in California who participated in the 1998 National Survey of Psychiatric Practice and the 2000 California Survey of Psychological Practice were compared on items related to patient caseload, practice profile, and insurance or reimbursement arrangements.

    8/16/2016 · Psychology
    Changes in practice patterns routinely occur over time, both with in an individual psychologist's practice and between generations of practitioners. However, little empirical research has been conducted to examine psychologists' practice patterns across their collective professional life span, and whether meaningful differences exist in these patterns among a sample of psychologists. This attic Ie examines clinical practice patterns among a sample of California psychologists whose collective career life span ranges from I to 40 years of postlicensure experience. The data for this aIticle were drawn from the 2000 California Survey of Psychological Practice (hereafter the California Survey; Pingitore, Scheffler, Haley, Sentell, & Schwalm, 200Ia).