U.S. Forensic is pleased to announce the opening of a new service center in Jackson, Mississippi.
William Barrows, CFI, CFEI with U.S. Forensic, assisted with a live burn and training for vehicle fire investigators hosted by the South Carolina Chapter of The International Association of Arson Investigators (SCIAAI). Mr. Barrows along with other SCIAAI members conducted the training that involved burning 10 cars to illustrate key principles related to vehicle fires and fire patterns.
U.S. Forensic expert, William Janowsky, P.E., provides credible evidence and sound methodology to support his opinions in a Hurricane Isaac property damage case.
U.S. Forensic attributes it’s growth to its staff. The firm has recruited (and kept) good people with some of the best minds in their respective fields. Gary Bell, Managing Partner of U.S. Forensic states, The secret to U.S. Forensic’s success has been to get out of the way of the employees. We have found that […]
For the past 10 years, City Business has tracked the Fastest Growing Companies in the New Orleans area based on the regular
surveys they obtain from private companies. U.S. Forensic was recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in the region.
Using Infotainment Downloads in Theft Evaluation A U.S. Forensic mechanical engineer used the Berla iVe tool for a vehicle theft case involving a 2016 Infiniti Q60. The vehicle owner reported that he had parked the Infinity in front of his home on 5-8-19 at around 9:30 pm. The vehicle was discovered stripped the following morning, […]
U.S. Forensic is a proud supporter of the Wally Pontiff, Jr. Foundation which helps educate area doctors on genetic heart conditions. Every year, in honor of #31, LSU baseball hosts the Wally Pontiff Classic to raise money for the cause. It’s a phenomenal experience with a touching tribute to Wally, and great baseball with LSU […]
We are pleased to announce that Carolyn Gomez, P.E. has joined U.S. Forensic’s Miami team of experts.
We are pleased to announce that Joseph Czajka, P.E. has joined the U.S. Forensic team in Ohio. Mr. Czajka obtained his Bachelor of Science Degree in Civil Engineering from the University of Toledo in Toledo, Ohio. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, and Florida.
It was reported that a residential building in the Northeast was damaged due to frozen and burst water or heat pipes. We were retained to provide a weather analysis for the time period during which the damages reportedly occurred, and to provide opinions regarding whether or not the capacity of the heating system in the building was adequate to provide reasonable heat to the building, and whether or not reasonable heat was maintained in the building during the time period in question. Our work to complete this assignment was performed by Dennis Morrissey, P.E.