Find an Environmental Expert
Experts in regulatory compliance, asbestos and lead-based paint assessment, soil/groundwater investigations, wastes classification, contaminant release mechanisms, geology studies, and endangerment assessments. Environmental experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Michigan 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 Michigan.
The listings below are of Environmental experts serving Michigan.
Featured ListingsTed Simon LLC
Ted Simon, Ph.D., DABT
Award winning toxicologist and scientist. 10 years experience as a toxicologist employed by the Environmental Protection Agency EPA. Expertise in toxicology risk assessment and environmental health. Experienced expert witness on issues including environmental risk drug and alcohol cases DUI accidental poisoning and intellectual property.
Austin Valuation Consultants Ltd.
Rudy R. Robinson, III, MAI
Expert Witness with 30 years experience in Property Damage Studies of Construction Defects; Mold, Ground Water, and Soils Contamination; Eminent Domain; Ad Valorem Taxation; MAI. Licensed Broker.
Expert ListingsTRC Environmental Consultants
Gale Hoffnagle, CCM QEP
Gale F Hoffnagle CCM and QEP has 48 years of experience in Air Quality meteorology and modeling. He has provide expert testimony since 1974 in case involving accident releases to the air chronic emissions mass torts and Clean Air Act compliance cases. He is a Past President of the AWMA NCIM and the Connecticut Academy of Science and Engineering.
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.
Forty years experience in oil, gas and product pipeline appraisal, easements, rights of way contracts, related environmental issues of NORM and asbestos coatings. Abandoned pipelines and easements and accompanying ownership issues. Conversion of pipelines to water and telecommunications usage. Much of my expertise and experience as expert witness is related to testimony and documentation regarding valuation (appraisal) of existing and proposed pipelines. Twenty-two articles published in trade journals regarding issues discussed above. In the process of appraisal, we often use reconstruction methods and insert engineering studies as well as labor and material costs when determining values of unbuilt, replacement or out of use pipelines. Thirty years experience in deconstruction of pipelines, tank farms, and salvage or recovery of assets related to petroleum industry. CV, job references, list and text of books and articles by David Howell and related to this text can be found at my website: www.pipelineequities.com
Heritage Technical Services, Inc.
Chuck Dutill, PE, DFE
West Chester, PA
35+ Years of Experience (Nationwide): Sewer Systems, Wastewater Treatment, Septic Systems, Backups, Overflows, Surface Water, Groundwater, Hydrogeology, Piping Systems, Stormwater, Mold, Soils, Wells, Air Quality, Regulations, Combined Sewers, Aquifers, Drinking Water, Maintenance, Inspections, Hazardous Waste, Hydraulic Fracturing, Health and Safety, Standard of Care, Toxicity, Modeling, Contamination, Remediation, Pollution, Storage, Erosion, Sedimentation, Odors, Monitoring, Infiltration/Inflow, Wetlands, Pumping, Biosolids/Sludge, Water Quality, Compliance, Metering Systems/Instrumentation
No Pollution Enterprises
Charles Town, WV
Dr. Nicholas P. Cheremisinoff is a chemical engineer with more than 35 years of industry applied research and international consulting experiences. He renders opinions based on a careful reconstruction of facility practices. He and his staff develop the source terms needed to quantify exposures and doses.
Pt. Richmond, CA
Forensic hydrogeologist estimates costs and performs soil and groundwater contamination assessment and remediation. Books written on hydraulic fracturing (fracking), oil spills, acid mine drainage,chromium, and MTBE. Fulbright Scholar and licensed engineering contractor and driller. Interested in oil/gas field OSHA safety, spills and accidents.
Safety, Health, & Environmental Expert
Jon J. Pina, MS, CSP
Injuries, Fires, Spills, Wrongful Death, Toxic Tort; Slip/Trip/Falls, Material Handling, Forklifts, Defensive Driving, Off- road Vehicles; Asbestos, Hazardous Materials, Demolition, Construction; Stream/Groundwater/Soil Contamination.
Environmental Management Systems Inc.
39 years in Public Health & Environmental Protection ranging from Disaster Preparedness, Food Protection, Water Quality, Erosion Control, Wastewater Treatment, Wetlands Delineation, Site Assessments and Performance Monitoring.
James J. Connors, Ph.D., P.G.
Expert Hydrologist, Hydrogeologist, and Environmental Scientist - Nationwide
Expert hydrologist, hydrogeologist, and environmental scientist. 32 years of award-winning academic and consulting experience. Dr. Connors has acted as a hydrology, hydrogeology, and environmental science expert witness in a number of cases involving groundwater contamination, stormwater, runoff, drainage, flooding, erosion, sediment transport, siltation, wetlands hydrology, and water supply. He has also taught hydrology, hydrogeology, geophysics, and geology at the university level, and consulted for a diverse client base that has included law firms, regulatory agencies, municipalities, engineering/consulting firms, financial institutions, and private and public companies in the paper, energy, chemical, insurance, manufacturing, retail, mining, and waste management industries. His practice areas include groundwater contamination, stormwater runoff and flooding, erosion and sediment transport/deposition, and water-supply exploration and development.
Dr. David L. Mitchell, PhD
Expert Witness Testimony for Forensic Meteorology, Weather Event Re-Construction, and Industrial Air Pollution Cases. Cases Include Air Quality Modeling, Severe Storms, Wind & Flood Damage.
Founder/Principal, Phoenix QuattuorE Strategy & Consulting
Colorado Springs, CO
I have B.S. and M.S. degrees in Chemical Engineering and 40+ years of experience spanning engineering, energy R&D, technical engineering and environmental consulting, permitting, regulatory compliance and liability assessments, environmental and engineering data analysis, environmental cost accounting, project management, auditing, and senior management consulting experience -- serving Fortune 500 companies and executives, and Law Firms. I am the Founder of Phoenix QuattuorE Strategy & Consulting, providing Environment, Energy, and Engineering expertise and services. I can aptly serve as a consulting or testifying expert for trial, arbitration, or government hearings - or as a litigation consultant. My background includes 14 years in financial auditing, litigation support and advisory services, within two of the Big Four firms. I am passionate about superior customer service. My Wharton MBA has served me well in creating, delivering and communicating high value results and helping my clients succeed. I have developed business management processes for cost estimation and strategic decision-making on environmental remediation projects.
Fisher Consulting Group Inc.
Frederick Fisher, J.D.
El Segundo, CA
Mr. Fisher has 40 years experience in Professional Liability claims Brokerage Underwriting and loss control. Fisher Consulting Group consults on Loss Control provides Expert Witness Work and Coverage Management and Review.
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.
Stone Mountain LLC
Jack Parker, Ph.D.
Dr. Parker is an author of over 200 technical publications on soil and groundwater contamination, multiphase fluid and chemical transport, model calibration and uncertainty analysis, remediation system design, and stochastic cost optimization and has been designated an ISI Highly Cited Researcher. He has served as a Research Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the University of Tennessee, a Professor of Soil Physics and Contaminant Hydrology at Virginia Tech, a Distinguished Research Scientist at Oak Ridge National Laboratory, and a Visiting Professor at the Swiss Federal Technical Institute. In 1988, he founded Environmental Systems & Technologies, Inc., and was president until selling the company in 2001 to Groundwater Environmental Services, Inc. He has taught academic courses, workshops and invited seminars in 15 countries; developed computer models that have been employed in over 30 countries; and directed many research projects involving development, testing and field applications of multiphase flow and contaminant transport models, remedial assessment and design optimization, risk assessment, and analysis of model reliability. Throughout his career, he has served on numerous expert panels, advisory and review boards, and delegations for government agencies, professional groups, private industry and others. He has been an expert witness in over 20 cases involving groundwater contamination with hydrocarbons and organic solvents for both plaintiffs and defendants and has given testimony in 25 depositions and 5 trials or arbitration hearings.