Amusement Parks Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts who determine if rides, such as ferris wheels, roller coasters, and bumper cars, were properly designed, maintained, operated, and supervised.
The listings below are all Amusement Parks expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsScientific Advisory Services, LTD
Dr. C.J. Abraham,PhD, JD, PE, DPE, CPC, FRSC, DEE, IH FTI, BCFE, DCEE, CChE, CChem
Great Neck, NY
Momentum Engineering LLC
Michael Troy Richardson
Building Roller Coasters and Amusement Park Rides for over 25 years. I have a BS in Engineering minor in Physics a 2-year degree in Machine Tooling. I started building roller coasters in 1989. I am working on a masters degree in Physics
Alpine Engineering & Design, Inc.
Fred P. Smith, David G. Smith, Nathan H. Morrill, Cameron C. Orr
Our experts have been retained in a number of product liability lawsuits involving high thrill rides and are widely respected as authorities when the safety of a ride is called into question. An amusement park expert witness should have a sound understanding of the engineering behind amusement park rides, an understanding of how to analyze an amusement park ride from a safety standpoint, along with the safety regulations involved in amusement ride development. This experience comes from studying rules and designing products in this space. When you work with an engineer from Alpine Engineering and Design, you can be confident that they will have done both. Request one of our experts https://alpineeng.com/our-experts/ or call 801-763-8484
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