Find a Chemistry & Chemicals Expert
Experts in chemicals often include hazardous wastes, explosions, toxic fumes, consumer product control and failure, properties of polymers and plastics. Chemistry & Chemicals experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Texas legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Texas.
The listings below are of Chemistry & Chemicals experts serving Texas.
Expert ListingsCausey Engineering LLC
Gerald Hietpas, PE
Our Experts are professionals with hands-on Industrial and Construction, office and field experience. They are trained in Forensic Engineering, have a broad scope of knowledge in Chemistry & the Chemicals Industry, and apply their knowledge to assist the Trier of Fact.
Howard Jordi, PhD
We provide the highest quality analytical services polymer-based HPLC columns packing media to companies in Consumer Products Litigation Medical Devices Pharmaceutical Lab Testing Polymers with Extractables Leachables Good- Bad Comparisons Method DevelopmentValidation Polymer Analysis Polymer Failure Polymer Filler Additives.
Princeton-Somerset Group, Inc.
Dennis Stainken, PhD, DABFE
Expert Witness: Toxicology, Health Issues, Chemistry, Toxic Tort, Contamination, Molds, Indoor Air, Risk Assessment, Property Damage/Contamination & Remediation; Sewage, Gasoline & Oil issues; Hazardous Waste, Environmental and Wetland issues.
KHB CONSULTING SERVICES
Kenneth H. Brown, Ph.D.
KHB CONSULTING SERVICES provides expertise to attorneys in the following areas:1. Chemistry and Chemicals 2. Paint and Coatings 3. Hazardous Materials 4. Labels, Warnings and Instructions 5. Laboratory Testing and Analysis 6. Chemical Exposure
Applied Chemical Laboratories, Inc.
Javad Sahbari, PhD
Santa Rosa, CA
Dr. Sahbari is a distinguished scholar in the field of specialty chemicals and has invented hundreds of products used in multiple high tech sectors. He holds over a dozen US patents and numerous World Organization patents on electronic chemicals.