Author: Linda Mitchell

Help Your Document Examiner Help You

Professional Document Examiner in California

If you’re trying to determine if the handwriting or printing on your document is authentic or a result of disguise, then you should contact a professional document examiner. An expert examiner will help identify or eliminate your questioned documents. Before contacting your examiner, it will help if you define precisely how they can help you!… Read more »

Certification – Not for the Faint of Heart

I am very proud to announce that I have successfully completed testing by the American Board of Forensic Document Examiners required for certification. The letters, “D-ABFDE” that follow my name indicate that I am a Diplomate of ABFDE. By achieving this designation, I have been certified as having the necessary skills and qualifications to perform the duties of… Read more »

Thank you for your confidence

I have enjoyed meeting a great new group of clients and friends in my first two years of practice in the Inland Empire and I look forward to many more. Thank you for your confidence in my work. Those of you who know me, know that it is a labor of love. The office of… Read more »

Medical Malpractice Evidence

If you and your attorney(s) have decided to file a medical malpractice suit against a healthcare professional, be ready for a long and possibly arduous experience. It now becomes your responsibility to prove that he or she has not fulfilled the requisite professional responsibilities. Let’s leave the details for you and your attorney to discuss…. Read more »

Paralegals & Legal Secretaries Teamwork

Most legal clients do not recognize how much effort  goes into preparing and litigating civil cases. The itemized bill for professional services (other than the attorney’s) may be the only reminder they have that there is an entire team involved. Some matters include documents suspected of potential unauthorized changes or fraudulent signatures. Such documents can… Read more »

Word of the Month – Biometrics

The National Academy of Science has advised forensic experts to deliver measurable and reproducible results when submit evidence and opinions in court. As a result, I’ve noticed that forensic science has a new FFB (favorite forensic buzzword) – BIOMETRICS.   So, what the heck is biometrics, anyway? In the world of forensics it simply means, measurable characteristics… Read more »