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Experts in safety in engineering and construction claims, including avoidance, mitigation, resolution, cost/damages evaluation, delay/disruption analysis, defect forensics and neutral dispute mediation.
The listings below are all Safety Engineering expert witnesses and consultants.
Expert ListingsTechnology Associates
Dr. I. U. Ojalvo & Kristopher Seluga M.S., P.E.
Our staff of PhDs and Licensed Professional Engineers has provided expert services to attorneys and claims representatives in thousands of cases over the past thirty years. We have engineering experts who can handle a wide range of Mechanical, Civil and Electrical cases. Extensive experience in motor vehicle, biomechanics, product liability and safety cases, preparation of forensic animations, as well as numerous other capabilities. Locations in CT and NY.
WEXCO International Corp.
Brad Avrit, PE
Marina Del Rey, CA
Experts in Building Codes, Safety Engineering, Safety Regulations, Pedestrian Locomotion, Coefficient of Friction Technology, Forensic Engineering to determine accident causation. WEXCO has investigated over 10,000 cases, delivered over 2,000 depositions & testified in over 600 trials.
Las Vegas, NV
With over 30 years of real world, hands on international experience, Rauch Safety provides consulting to insurance companies, municipalities, government agencies, and the legal profession. Rauch Safety offers consultation, expert testimony, litigation support, the rendering of independent expert opinions, strategic advice to attorneys and clients concerning technical issues safety violations, accidents, project and human factors and related negligence and incompetence. Main Areas of Specialization Include: Audits Accident Reconstruction Accident Investigation Construction Site Structural & Façade Maintenance Construction Safety Building Maintenance Units (BMU) Human Factors Engineering Ladders & Scaffolds OSHA Safety Safety Engineering Safety Equipment Walking & Working Surfaces
American Safety Consulting
Gary L. Buffington, CSP, CRSP, CSHM, PI
Santa Clarita, CA
30 Years Experience. Certified Safety Professional. OSHA, CAL/OSHA, OR/OSHA, TX/OSHA, MSHA compliance expert; Certified OSHA/MSHA Instructor; Construction, General Industry, & Mining Safety/Health standards of care; ANSI; Personal Injury; Investigations; Audits/Inspections; Offices in Florida & Kansas.
Carl Sheriff, PE Forensic Engineer
Carl Sheriff, PE
Toluca Lake, CA
Degrees in Engineering & Law Licensed Safety, Mechanical & Control Systems Engineer Certified Building & Playground Inspector Licensed Truck, Bus & Motorcycle Driver Accident Reconstruction & Safety, Premises Liability. Product Defects, Traffic, Construction & Industrial Accidents, Slip, Trip & Falls Building & OSHA Code Compliance. Free File Review
Midwest Compliance Consultants, Inc.
25 years experience in the safety, health, and environmental fields specializing in Construction Safety striving for perfection in safety by teamwork among customers, vendors, employees and contractors. Certified Instructor for OSHA 10-hour and OSHA 30-hour construction industry. Certified Scaffolding, Competent Person Trainer. Certified Asbestos Abatement Supervisor.
Rocky Mountain Safety Consulting, Inc.
Greg Gerganoff, CSP, Esq.
Mr. Gerganoff has 18 years experience as a safety professional, managing safety programs for businesses in mining, construction, oil and gas. For the past 3 + years he has operated his own consulting practice and has used his field safety experience to assist attorneys (plaintiff and defense), including Workers Comp subrogation cases. His 12 years legal practice experience prior to entering the professional safety field is beneficial in understanding the litigation process. This translates into opinions tied to facts presented under oath. He has also used his professional safety experience in offering suggested information requests during discovery phase. Asking the right questions can be helpful. His professional safety experience includes Mining, construction, oil and gas and Manufacturing. He maintains his law License (Colorado Supreme Court) but does not practice.
Accident Prevention & Investigation, Inc.
Ken Shorter, MS, CSP, ARM, TCDS
Focused on construction, demolition, traffic control, public injury & industrial accidents. Masters Degree in Safety. Certified Safety Professional. Certified traffic control designer. ANSI A10 Committee member. Crane, forklift, trench, underground utilities, heavy equipment, falls, confined spaces, & other high-risk operations are my specialty.
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