Maritime and Admiralty Expert Witnesses and Consultants
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Experts in maritime standards and practices - including piloting and seamanship, maritime safety and inspections - and marine construction including docks, wharves and harbors, and naval architecture.
The listings below are all Maritime and Admiralty expert witnesses and consultants.

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Frank J. LoefflerLoeffler Engineering Group
Frank J. Loeffler
Lago Vista, TX
Design and forensic engineering for belt conveyors and bulk materials handling systems including conveyor fires patent infringement machine guarding antitrust and product liability.

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Capt. Tuuli Messer-Bookman, Esq.Maritime/Boating Accidents Expert
Capt. Tuuli Messer-Bookman, Esq.
Vaughn, WA
Expert/Consultant in all maritime matters, including commercial and pleasure craft. Maritime Academy Professor for 23 years, published Maritime Author, USCG-licensed unlimited-tonnage (oceans) Master Mariner with over 300,000 miles at sea, world-wide. J.D. from Univ. of San Francisco School of Law, B.S. in Marine Transportation from U.S. Merchant Marine Academy. Worked on roughly 100 cases with 50 different attorneys, testified in both state and federal courts, roughly split between defense and plaintiff's firms.

Mitchell S. StollerMarex
Mitchell S. Stoller
Rancho Santa Margarita, CA
Expert Witness to Admiralty/Maritime Industry. Experience: Federal/State Court, Judicial Arbitration, Mediation Services. Represent both Plaintiff and Defense. Over 2000 cases Blue/Brown water, Jet Skis/Super Tankers/Pleasure Crafts, Tugs & Barges.

Elliott Bay Design Group

Seattle, WA
As a full service firm, our areas of expertise include shipboard health and safety, ADA access and compliance, construction and operating best practices, and vessel stability and performance. We combine our naval architecture and marine engineering capabilities with our analytical and design skills to deliver comprehensive solutions. Our work products are designed and engineered to meet each client’s specific needs. To support our full-service approach, EBDG has an extensive technical library with all of the current USCG, ABS, SOLAS and IMO publications. We also facilitate our clients’ desires to incorporate environmental best practices in the design, construction, operation and eventual disposal of maritime vessels. With offices in Seattle, New Orleans, New York and Ketchikan, we pride ourselves in staying on the forefront of echnology to best serve our clients.

Thomas Dyer, PEHeadway Marine LLC
Thomas Dyer, PE
Seattle, WA
Offices in Seattle & San Francisco; Naval Architecture; Maritime Patents; Mechanical Patents; Shipyard Pollution History; Maritime Standards/Practices; Regulatory Compliance; Work Boat Construction; Shipyard Management & Costs; Vessel Operations & Accidents; Piloting & Rules of Road; Professional Engineer, Licensed 100 Ton Captain; Assisted in over 120 disputes, representing Shipyards & Workers, Vessel Owners & Seamen; Patent Holders, Plaintiffs & Defendants.

Curtis R. Brown, President and CEORimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
Curtis R. Brown, President and CEO
Houston, TX
Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc. is a worldwide provider of forensic consulting services to insurance companies, law firms, corporations and government agencies. Rimkus assists clients in the responsive and timely resolution of claims and disputes. The company's team of professional engineers, scientists, and technical specialists is recognized for its commitment to service excellence by local, national and international business communities.

Gerry NielsenOcean Ridge Maritime Consulting, LLC
Gerry Nielsen
Montgomery, TX
Marine Engineer, Surveyor, Auditor, and Project Manager actively involved in the Maritime Industry. 35 years of field and office experience including Executive Positions. Positions Held include: Marine Engineer, USCG Chief Engineer License; Marine Surveyor for major Classification Society; Auditor (ISM and ISO); Director of Maritime Audit for Major Cruise Line; Designated Person Ashore for Major Cruise Line; Director of EHS for Major Cruise Line; VP Global Consulting Services for Classification Society; Project Manager and Owner of Consultancy Company. Maritime Projects Include: Expert Witness - Jones Act 'Slip, Trip, Fall' Lawsuits; Consulting - 'Marine Debris', Safety, and Environmental Issues; Vessel Re-Delivery Manager for 10,000+ Assets Contracted for Spill Response; Development of ECP for Major Cruise Line.

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