Most people are aware that vehicles record crash information such as speed, braking, and seatbelt usage through the Event Data Recorder (EDR) within the airbag system. But did you know that your vehicle may have collected information from your smart phone? U.S. Forensic engineers provide answers to the questions involving infotainment downloads.
U.S. Forensic, through its experts, is affiliated with NORMI (National Organization of Remediators and Mold Inspectors) and EIA (Environmental Information Association).
U.S. Forensic had the honor of being a part of the Pasadena Fire Marshal Trailer Donation Project.
We wish all of our clients, friends, and family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
U.S. Forensic is growing. Career opportunities are available in Atlanta, Birmingham, Chicago, Jackson, Miami, Memphis, Tallahassee, and Tampa.
U.S. Forensic has been recognized as a Top 100 Private Company & Top 10 Engineering Firm in Louisiana by CityBusiness Magazine.
Two new websites, MoistureSource.com and TireExpert.com, have been launched providing detailed information about specialized services.
Bill Barrows provided the opening invocation at the 2018 International Association of Arson Investigators (IAAI) Annual Training Conference in Frisco, Texas on May 20, 2018. Mr. Barrows serves as the Chaplain for the national association.
We are happy to announce the newest civil engineer to join the U.S. Forensic family in Michigan, Neil Weghorst, P.E.
We are happy to announce that Kevin Departhy, P.E. has joined our Charlotte, NC team of engineers. Mr. Departhy is a graduate of the University of North Carolina Charlotte with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering. He is licensed in NC, SC, GA, FL, and VA.