Our court qualified experts can reconstruct an accident to determine speed, reaction times, stopping distances, driver input, mechanical failures and consistency with the accounts of involved parties.
We offer forensic evaluations for passenger vehicles, buses, and 18 wheelers to determine mechanical failures, perform post-theft evaluations, or download crash data.
Our firm performs wind, hail, tornado, and flood inspections to determine the extent and cause of damage.
U.S. Forensic performs power surge, electric code compliance, and electric shock or electrocution evaluations.
U.S. Forensic’s mechanical engineers can provide our clients with the information needed to determine if an elevator or escalator needs to be replaced or can be repaired.
U.S. Forensic provides fast and accurate answers to challenging cases involving environmental issues such as mold, air quality, and asbestos.
To find definitive answers backed by evidence, our experts relay on specialized equipment. Whether it is an accident reconstruction, moisture intrusion evaluation, or laboratory analysis, our engineers are equipped with tools that will assist them in finding the cause and origin of a failure.
Our professionals determine the origin and cause of structural, automotive and heavy equipment fires.
U.S. Forensic performs evaluations to determine if damage is associated from hydrostatic and hydrodynamic pressures, scour, erosion, or consolidation due to inundation. Basement determinations and positive drainage surveys can also be conducted.
We inspect elevators, escalators, forklifts, and farm, industrial, oil/gas/marine, construction, and hydraulic equipment to determine the cause of damage.
U.S. Forensic evaluates HVAC units, well pumps, and appliances that have reported lightning or electrical surge damage.
iVe (ˈīvē) is a vehicle system forensic tool that acquires user data from vehicles and allows forensic engineers a means to quickly and intuitively analyze it. Vehicle infotainment and telematics systems store a vast amount of data such as recent destinations, favorite locations, call logs, contact lists, SMS messages, emails, pictures, videos, social media feeds, and the navigation history of everywhere the vehicle has been.
As part of the post-theft evaluations, our engineers can perform a key analysis to determine factors that may be critical to the case.
Our laboratory services provide our clients with information on the cause and origin of a component or appliance failure.
Our engineers evaluate damage associated with docks, wharves, bridges, and other marine structures.
We can determine if the damage is associated with a weather event, ground water, air conditioning system, plumbing, improper ventilation, condensation, construction defects or long term maintenance issue.
Our experts can evaluate lighting, slip resistance of flooring, walkways, curbs, and handicap ramps to determine compliance with regulatory requirements.
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.
Our property evaluations include residential and commercial roofing, foundations, building envelopes, water intrusion, construction defects, and storm damage.
Our licensed engineers determine if damage is related to hail, wind, improper installation, lack of maintenance, mechanical damage, end of useful life of materials, or other factors.
Thermal imagers are a valuable tool in efficient detection of problems with electrical, mechanical, and structural systems.
We can determine if a tire failed due to a manufacturer defect, poor maintenance, or improper repair.