Do you need a forensic document examiner or handwriting specialist?
Our forensic document examiner and handwriting specialist, Mrs Elisabeth Briggs, is a highly skilled expert who has given in-person and remote expert evidence in criminal and civil courts across the UK and remotely on several occasions at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, the Law Courts in Valletta and the Coroner’s Court in the Cayman Islands.
Our forensic document examiner has expertise in various aspects of document analysis. They employ rigorous scientific methodologies to deliver accurate and reliable results. Here are just a few examples of the services we provide:
1. Forensic examination of handwriting: examining handwriting samples to determine whether documents share common authorship. This involves analysing the details of writing, such as letter formations, pen pressure, and individual writing habits.
2. Forensic examination of disputed signatures: comparing disputed signatures with known genuine signatures to form a professional opinion on their authenticity.
3. Forensic examination of indented impressions: by examining the presence of indented impressions of writing, they can reveal previously unseen or erased text to reveal details which may have been concealed.
Proficiency tests and quality assurance
We are committed to maintaining the highest standards of proficiency and quality in our forensic document examination services. To ensure the competence of our experts, we participate in proficiency tests supplied by Collaborative Testing Services, a renowned provider of forensic proficiency testing. This commitment to ongoing assessment and quality assurance ensures that our experts are at the forefront of their field, equipped with the latest knowledge and techniques.
Why use Expert Court Reports?
A good forensic document examiner and handwriting expert should come with years of experience as well as specific competencies to act as an expert witness. Look for someone who has established expert witness experience. Our forensic document examiner and handwriting expert, Mrs Elisabeth Briggs, has many years of clinical practice and established experience acting as an expert witness.