Industrial Design Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in Industrial Design use both applied arts and applied sciences to improve the aesthetics, ergonomics, functionality, and usability of a product. It may also be used to improve the product's marketability or production.
The listings below are all Industrial Design expert witnesses and consultants.
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Alpine Engineering & Design, Inc.
Fred P. Smith, David G. Smith, Nathan H. Morrill, Cameron C. Orr
There are several different qualities that make a good expert witness. When you are looking for a mechanical engineering expert for either a patent or a product liability case, you need an expert with the knowledge, experience and communication skills to clearly provide their expert opinions. Our experts have advanced degrees and certifications, but we understand that this is only one factor. Our experts have all been involved heavily in equipment design. While these two things are important, we know that being able to clearly communicate information is vital in any case. When you speak to one of our experts, you will find that they have an amazing balance of all three aspects that make an exceptional expert witness. Request one of our experts https://alpineeng.com/our-experts/ or call 801-763-8484
Madden Accident Analysis & Forensic Engineering
James D. Madden, P.E.
For over 30 years Madden Accident Analysis & Forensic Engineering and Sr. Forensic Engineer James D. Madden, P.E. have specialized in the investigation, engineering analysis, and reconstruction of accidents causing injury and property damage, and the engineering analysis of the safety of products, equipment and facilities. Madden Accident Analysis & Forensic Engineering and Sr. Forensic Engineer James D. Madden, P.E. investigate, perform engineering analyses and reconstruct: - traffic accidents - premises accidents - product accidents - machinery and workplace accidents - accidents involving chemicals and materials - fires and explosions involving equipment and industrial facilities, and - incidents involving carbon monoxide (CO) escape leading to carbon monoxide poisoning.
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