... throughout the United States and the Caribbean
Expert Forensic Litigation Consulting Services
As an independent non-product affiliated consultant, Ralph Witherspoon has consulted to numerous business and government clients in security prevention measures; plus, as a forensic security consultant, to well over 300 plaintiff and defense attorneys / law firms who were handling premises security liability (inadequate / negligent security) cases, and/or intentional tort (use of force by security personnel) cases. His testimony has been accepted in numerous state and federal courts throughout the country.
In recent years Ralph has been retained in increasing numbers of "high stakes" catastrophic personal injury, or wrongful death cases involving claims of assault and battery, excessive force by security personnel, inadequate or no security training, policies procedures or supervision, or failing to protect guests/invitees.
Currently, Ralph concentrates his practice in consulting to attorneys handling serious/ catastrophic injury, or wrongful death cases in the:
- HOSPITALITY industry:
- Bars/taverns/lounges/nightclubs (including adult nightclubs), plus their parking and related facilities. Ralph has consulted on approximately 100 litigation cases involving these type facilities.
Note: Ralph also is available to consult to the industry.
Ralph has assisted or consulted on well over 300 premises security litigation / mediation / arbitration cases of all types in more than 35 states, the District of Columbia, Puerto Rico, and the U.S. Virgin Islands; and he has also testified at deposition or trial in state courts in: Arizona, California, Colorado, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New Mexico, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, Texas, West Virginia, Wisconsin and Wyoming. Ralph has also been qualified and/or testified in United States District Courts in: Georgia, Kansas, Kentucky, Missouri, Ohio and Puerto Rico.