Once written and submitted, the report cannot be changed and will reflect on you as an expert. The style of an expert report should be clear, factual and concise. It should be expressed in non-technical language and be easily readable.
The expert report follows a set structure and content, including information relevant to the scope of the report per instructions, your experience, expert declaration, supporting documentation and sources on which you base your conclusions.
The Academy of Experts covers expert witness report writing as part of its Foundation course, which addresses technical accuracy, compliance, language, style and professional guidelines you should adhere to.