The classic services provided by an expert when they are asked to make evaluations are the performance of diagnostics and the provision of advice. Authorized experts can produce diagnostics and opinions for both the courts as well as private clients.
The findings represent the neutral collection of information and professional documentation of facts by the authorized expert. The authorized expert utilizes their experience and deep scientific knowledge to generate solid conclusions for the questions posed.
In addition to formal reports, authorized experts can also provide their professional opinion regarding the economic viability of the project and provide a summary based on the information provided by the principal. This serves as a set of first indicators about possible answers that could be explored more thoroughly through further questioning. Naturally, because of the greatly reduced effort to generate such opinions, there is greatly also reduced liability of the part of the expert for the outcomes.