Labels, Warnings & Instructions Experts Serving New Brunswick
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Experts who examine labels, warnings and instructions with reference to effectiveness, voluntary standards, statutes, customs, practices, technology, and cost relative to hazards, dangers and risks in the use or application of the product(s). Labels, Warnings & Instructions experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in New Brunswick 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 New Brunswick.
The listings below are of Labels, Warnings & Instructions experts serving New Brunswick.

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Dr. C.J. Abraham,PhD, JD, PE, DPE, CPC, FRSC, DEE, IH FTI, BCFE, DCEE, CChE, CChemScientific Advisory Services, LTD
Dr. C.J. Abraham,PhD, JD, PE, DPE, CPC, FRSC, DEE, IH FTI, BCFE, DCEE, CChE, CChem
Great Neck, NY

James MillerJ.M. Miller Engineering Inc.
James Miller
Ann Arbor, MI
Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Engineering Professor at the University of Michigan and a registered mechanical professional engineer with over 30 years of experience. He has served as a consultant to industry and government and is highly qualified to give engineering testimony. He and his engineering staff specialize in: designing warnings, instruction manuals, and labeling (including OSHA 2012 GHS requirements); auto and truck accident reconstruction; mechanical and electrical safety; fire, explosion, and chemical process accident analysis; slip and fall prevention; marine, swimming, and recreational vehicle accidents (boats, ATVs, and personal watercraft); farm accidents; and compliance with governmental and consensual safety standards (OSHA, CPSC, ANSI, ASTM, UL, ASABE, etc). Dr. Miller has recently authored a chapter titled “Hazard Communication Compliance” in the American Society of Safety Engineering Safety Engineering Handbook. He has also authored five books on the topic of Warnings and Safety Instructions and written numerous journal articles. He is currently a committee member of the ASTM Technical Committee F15 on Consumer Products. Dr. Miller holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and a Ph.D. in Industrial Engineering from Ohio State University, where he was one of the first U.S. Ph.D. graduates to specialize in transportation and consumer accident research. He became a professor at the University of Michigan’s Department of Industrial and Operations Engineering (IOE), where he taught courses in human factors / ergonomics, safety engineering, methods engineering, and law for engineers (1970-1998). On leave from the University at the U.S. Department of Labor (1975-1977), he was appointed as Special Assistant for Safety to OSHA’s Assistant Secretary of Labor, where he had responsibility, among other things, of revising the OSHA General Industry (29 CFR 1910) and Construction (29 CFR 1926) Safety Standards. He also participated in the early formation of the OSHA HazCom standard (29 CFR 1200) and original MSDSs and chemical labels.

Kenneth H. Brown, Ph.D.
Evanston, IL
KHB CONSULTING SERVICES provides expertise to attorneys so that an opinion can be made regarding the adequacy of the warnings on product labels. Reviews of safety data sheets and FHSA regulations and CPSC administration of the regulations is regularly a part of our review process.

Alison Vredenburgh, Ph.D., CPEVredenburgh & Associates, Inc.
Alison Vredenburgh, Ph.D., CPE
Carlsbad, CA
Warnings, product design and labeling (medical products, recreational, chemicals, consumer products); Behavioral compliance; Workplace safety; Standards (ANSI, UL, OSHA, ASTM); Consumer Behavior; Design- induced human error; Behavioral expectations; Children's products (school, playground, adolescent behavior); Foreseeable use & misuse.

Michael Motley, Ph.D.

Santa Rosa, CA
Michael Motley, Professor Emeritus, University of California at Davis, provides expert opinion on the most likely or most reasonable interpretations to expect for a particular communication message (or set of messages). The message in question might be a warning label, a set of instructions, an advertisement, a contract, or any of several other possibilities.

Gary E. Kilpatrick, PE, DFEThe Kilpatrick Group, PA
Gary E. Kilpatrick, PE, DFE
Jamestown, NC
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Since 2003, Gary E. Kilpatrick, PE, DFE at The Kilpatrick Group, PA has been a service provider of accident reconstruction to our legal and insurance clients. Gary is a board certified Forensic Engineer through the National Academy of Forensic Engineers (NAFE) and is a Diplomat Forensic Engineer (DFE). Gary has extensive knowledge and experience working with labels, warning and instructions and ANSI Z535 Standards. Gary travels throughout the United States to investigate motor vehicle crashes, product defect and failure claims resulting in personal injury or wrongful death.