Maine Expert Witnesses testifying in Litigation
Engineering Expert Witnesses for Attorneys
Maine Experts in this engineering directory provide opinion and testimony in all types of mechanical engineering failure analysis, metallurgical, project consultant, failure analysis, fracture mechanics, commercial, automotive, gas steam turbine engines, and aerospace components. Maine Electrical engineering includes causation, fire cause origin, electrocution, shock, fire hazard, safety, product safety, cpsc, consumer product safety commission, electronics, consumer electronics, flammability, flammability of materials, forensic, accidents, wrongful death, construction, electrical codes, construction defects. Maine Chemical engineering issues are chemistry fire explosion investigator, explosions, origin cause fires explosions, hazardous chemicals, flammable materials, products liability, household industrial products, accident reconstruction, safer alternatives, chemical burns, toxic exposures product development. In litigation and the courtroom, these Maine experts attempt to use forensic techniques and engineering principals to research and reconstruct the damages or event by providing witness testimony, computer animation or graphical exhibits to opine in a compelling way to the jury.
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Electrical Engineer, Investigations, Evaluation, Research, Technical Analysis, Report Preparation, Electrical Fires, Accidents, Explosions, Electrocutions,
Computer Hardware Software, Computer Internet Start Up, Computer e Commerce Strategy, Computer Technology, Computer Hardware Software, Computer Technology, Technology, Computer Tech, Computer E Strategy, Computer Product Development, Computer Re Engineering, Computer Custom Development, Computer Hard Drive,
Civil Hydro Engineering, Engineer, Civil, Hydro Engineer, civil engineering activities related to the design, management and construction of buildings, roads, bridges, and hydro projects, dams, Taintor gates, concrete ogee spillways, support piers and hoist support decks, gate fabrication and erection, gates and appurtenant structures, dams, and cofferdams, investigations on dam stability, anchoring, dam movement, and seepage, uplift and dam movement, FERC inspections, dam safety issues, dam safety inspections, dam monitoring program, Open Channel Hydraulics and Earthquake Ground Motion