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North American Equine Services, LLC
Phoenix, Arizona
35644 North 11th Avenue, 85086


Contact:  David D. Johnson
www.NorthAmericanEquine.com
623-582-8635 Or Toll Free 800-575-1669
David@NorthAmericanEquine.com
35644 North 11th Avenue
Phoenix, Arizona 85086

Contact:  David D. Johnson
www.NorthAmericanEquine.com
623-582-8635 Or Toll Free 800-575-1669
David@NorthAmericanEquine.com
One of the most important aspects of our work, here at NAES, is the discussions with lawyers, insurance companies and others interested in common standards of job performance in the horse industry. These would include proof that the consultant is using methods acceptable in the industry, proving that they have a deep understanding of all elements involved in the case. Activities may include: review of cases from retaining counsel, preparation of rebuttal questions, and a candid explanation to counsel on case merits or lack thereof. Verbal or written expert opinions are provided and case files are stored indefinitely in climate controlled conditions. A list of recent cases in which Mr. Johnson has been asked to provide expert testimony is available on the NAES website: https://northamericanequine.com/Rule-26-Case-Histories.html “I am going to put you down as a potential mediator...” M. Beethe, Bonnett, Fairbourn, Friedman & Balint, P.C.
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One of the most important aspects of our work, here at NAES, is the discussions with lawyers, insurance companies and others interested in common standards of job performance in the horse industry. These would include proof that the consultant is using methods acceptable in the industry, proving that they have a deep understanding of all elements involved in the case. Activities may include: review of cases from retaining counsel, preparation of rebuttal questions, and a candid explanation to counsel on case merits or lack thereof. Verbal or written expert opinions are provided and case files are stored indefinitely in climate controlled conditions. A list of recent cases in which Mr. Johnson has been asked to provide expert testimony is available on the NAES website: https://northamericanequine.com/Rule-26-Case-Histories.html “I am going to put you down as a potential mediator...” M. Beethe, Bonnett, Fairbourn, Friedman & Balint, P.C.