U.S. Forensic can perform a product failure assessment to determine if a loss is a result of poor design, a manufacturing defect, or operator error. We can also evaluate safety guarded equipment to determine if the guards were engaged, if proper signage was posted, and if the machine/equipment was designed properly. In addition to heavy equipment and machines, we can also evaluate plumbing components, electrical components, oil and gas equipment, industrial and farm equipment, automotive components, and tires. You can also access our Heavy Equipment, Automotive, and Engineering Laboratory pages for more information.
Items such as plumbing components, water filters, small appliances, and electrical components can be shipped to our laboratory for a comprehensive evaluation. Our U.S. Forensic Laboratory Services Packet has more information about this service.
U.S. Forensic has published product liability articles in Subrogator Magazine including Documenting Installation During Product Liability Investigations & Water Heater Connector Failures.
Featured Experts for this Forensic Service
|Josh Bourgeois, P.E.||Professional Engineer|
|Kevin Cronan, P.E., CFI, CFEI, CVFI||Professional Engineer/Fire Investigator|
|Daniel Cross, P.E., ACTAR||Professional Engineer / Accident Reconstructionist|
|Brian Darr, P.E.||Professional Engineer / Tire Expert / Fire Investigator|
|Michael DeHarde, P.E.||Partner / Principal Engineer|
|Kevin Departhy, P.E.||Professional Engineer|
|Mark Droubie, P.E., ACTAR||Professional Engineer / Accident Reconstructionist|
|Dennis H. Dyl, P.E., CFEI, CFI, CVFI||Professional Engineer / Fire Investigator|
|David Gomez, P.E.||Professional Engineer|
|Matthew Ivory, P.E.||Professional Engineer / Accident Reconstructionist|
|Ted Kaplon, P.E.||Professional Engineer / Fire Investigator|
|Jeffrey Stark, P.E., CFL||Professional Engineer / Certified Forensic Locksmith|