We provide clarity and insight to our clients involved in litigation. Our staff is well credentialed and experienced as forensic engineering expert witnesses. Our experts have assisted in numerous legal matters, including subrogation, product liability, construction defect, intellectual property, and class action cases. Our clients include both plaintiff and defense counsel, and we have been involved in matters ranging in value from tens of thousands of dollars to hundreds of millions of dollars.
We are available to investigate and prepare detailed incident reports for litigation, and our team has testifyied in both deposition and trial settings. Throughout the process, our professionals strive to communicate even the most complex principles in the clearest and most comprehensible manner possible.
Our engineering litigation support services include the following:
- Accident reconstruction
- Failure cause and origin analysis
- Document review
- Expert report preparation, rebuttal, and testimony
- Construction defect analysis
- Product liability analysis
- Analysis of safety policies, procedures, and activities
- Evaluation of construction management and contract disputes
When the insurance industry needs to understand the technical aspects of a claim, our multidisciplinary team of engineers is ready to lend a hand. We have worked with property insurers, liability insurers, and workers compensation insurers to explain the root cause of product failures, incidents, accidents, or property damage. If a loss is associated with fire damage, electrical problems, water damage, structural damage, business interruption, or personal injury, the technical expertise of our engineers can help to quickly and completely resolve the claim. Our quality reports and experience as expert witnesses are strong assets in the event that the claim evolves into subrogation or other litigation.
Our insurance support services include the following:
- Cause and origin analysis of failures leading to claims
- Fire and Explosion
- Water loss
- Workplace injuries
- Roofing damage
- Drainage issues
- Power interruption
- Electrical or electronic equipment failure
- Scene investigations
- Report preparation
- Repair design