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Forensic Engineering

Understanding Malfunctions and Other Elements of Forensic Engineering

Attorneys, insurance companies, corporations and other individuals involved in legal proceedings involving machinery or buildings often require the assistance of an expert witness to explain certain key pieces of information. Our REDI engineers offer their knowledge and research abilities to help provide this information and explain it in layman’s terms to help a case progress efficiently.

Forensic engineering generally involves using available knowledge to explain why things malfunction. When a building collapses, for example, it is a forensic engineer’s job to figure out what structural element failed and caused the collapse to occur. We accomplish this through the use of scientific, technical and other specialized knowledge and research.

Areas of Expertise

We provide forensic engineering services in the following types of cases:

  • Agricultural Engineering
  • Building Inspection
  • Construction Defects
  • Equipment & Machinery
  • Failure Analysis
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  • Mechanical Engineering
  • Products Liability
  • Structural Analysis

Buildings

Construction activity and other trade work is managed by contracts. Our team is able to explain the various standard processes in construction and assist in understanding the roles and responsibilities of stakeholders in cases such as:

  • Building Collapse
  • Building Codes
  • Building Envelope Failure
  • Cause and Origin
  • Drainage Issues
  • HVAC
  • Roof Leaks
  • Storm Damage

Machines

We have a thorough knowledge of the design and operation of machinery in numerous industries. We can assist in cases that involve:

  • 3-D CAD
  • Critical Components
  • Dynamic Loading
  • Fatigue Failure
  • High Stress
  • Large Deformation
  • Manufacturing
  • Safety Engineering

Contact us today to get started

In every forensic engineering case, our legal and ethical duty is to uncover the truth and report it accurately and without bias. Contact us today and let’s start building a relationship that will allow us to efficiently uncover the facts in your case.