Versed will offer expert witness identification services across all industries

(Newtown Square, PA, December 13, 2022) RxPro Services, established in 1998 as an expert witness search firm connecting law firms with medical experts, announced today that it will rebrand as Versed, reflecting the firm’s expanded capabilities. Versed now provides expert witness identification services for their clients’ needs across all industries and sectors.

“Our expertise has grown to include finding experts in all areas of civil litigation, across all geographies and disciplines,” said Sean Halloran, COO at Versed. “We have evolved from being the go-to firm for medical experts to the full-service firm that will find you the right experts for all of your civil litigation requirements.”

Versed identifies qualified experts tailored to clients’ needs, from simple cases to complex, multifaceted lawsuits.

“We are a convenient, centralized resource for clients to access knowledgeable, professional, and qualified experts in any industry,” added Casey O’Rourke, CEO at Versed. “Our clients view us as trusted partners, as we take on the responsibility and stress of finding expert witnesses, which enables clients to focus on litigating their cases.” Pat O’Rourke, Head of Sales & Marketing took that value proposition further, “We ask the right questions to quickly determine the right profile of who will be most effective at helping clients pursue or defend a case for optimal results,” he said.

According to Versed, litigation is unpredictable, and cases have unique issues, requiring clients to source targeted testimony that delivers positive and decisive outcomes. Expert witness solutions are not one-size fits all.

“We work closely with our clients to understand the nuances of each case and identify what they need — not just what happened, but why it happened — which is critical to finding the right expert. Our experts have very specific areas of expertise matched to client needs. That unimpeachable quality, credibility, and valued insight are key,” concluded Casey O’Rourke.

For more information, visit