Since its inception in 2006, U.S. Forensic has performed thousands of forensic engineering evaluations to determine the origin and cause of a loss and the extent of damages. Inspections have included various machinery and heavy equipment, commercial and passenger vehicles, residential and commercial buildings, roadways, and marine structures.
Our primary focus is assisting our clients in determining the cause of damage. Is it related to a weather event? Did it occur suddenly or is there a long term contributor? Was there a defect related to the product or construction? Was the construction or equipment in compliance with building codes and standards? Was the equipment maintained, repaired, or used properly? Our goal of our evaluations and damage assessments is to provide our clients with definitive answers to these questions.
Quality Engineering Reports
U.S. Forensic provides quality unbiased reports. These include conclusive findings along with repair recommendations, photos, and diagrams. We can also provide schedules and costs of recommended repairs when warranted. All opinions rendered will be based on the facts of the specific assignment, and all work to complete an assignment will be performed under the rules and regulations of the authoritative engineering board of the state in which the evaluation is being conducted. Our experts have testified in local, state, and federal courts.
It is a priority of U.S. Forensic to provide our clients with conclusive, defendable reports that are timely and cost effective.
U.S. Forensic Sponsored #44 – NASCAR Nationwide Series
In 2013 (& 2017), U.S. Forensic sponsored Toyota Camry #44, driven by U.S. Forensic mechanical engineer, Hal Martin. “I’m happy to have U.S. Forensic on board as a primary sponsor for this upcoming race” Martin replied. “When I graduated from the University of New Orleans in 2009 with a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering, I worked as a forensic engineer at U.S. Forensic in New Orleans, LA under Gary Bell, Mike DeHarde, and Bill Janowsky for two years. It was an amazing opportunity for me to use my degree in such a challenging field. When I decided to pursue racing in the ARCA Series, U.S. Forensic supported me as an associate sponsor. When I entered into the NASCAR Nationwide Series last season, U.S. Forensic again supported me as an associate sponsor. I’m glad they were able to come on board as a primary sponsor for this event and I’m grateful for their support of me both as an engineer and as a race car driver all these years.” We are happy to announce that Hal Martin, .P.E. is once again working with U.S. Forensic, and is providing outstanding service to our Carolina clients.
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