Forensic Engineering Expert Witness Services

What is Forensic Engineering?

Simply put, Forensic Engineering is the investigation of materials, products, structures or components that fail or do not operate/function as intended, causing personal injury or damage to property. The results of failure are dealt with by the law of product liability. The subject is applied most commonly in civil law cases.  Generally, the purpose of a Forensic Engineer is to locate the causes of failure with a view to improving the performance or life of a component.  Also, the engineer may assist a court in determining the facts of an accident.

How Can We Help?

GB&A assists clients with preparing and analyzing construction claims. Owners and contractors who realize the potential for conflicts rely on the firm’s construction claims experts who are experienced construction managers and engineers. Our professionals possess unique skill sets that enable us to prepare and analyze claim issues promoting timely resolution. Clients depend on our specialized knowledge and expertise of construction claims to efficiently and cost-effectively produce persuasive position statements for favorable and informed settlements.

What we offer

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Property Damage

Our engineers have extensive experience in the evaluation of damage to residential and commercial properties. From construction defects, fires, flood, and electrical failures to damage from natural disasters.

Property Damage

Loss Evaluation

Our forensic engineers conduct a thorough assessment of the damages and their causes to determine the cost of the damages. Likewise, our engineers serve as expert witnesses in claims and litigation procedures.

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Claims and Disputes

GB&A helps customers prepare and analyze construction claims. We have a highly specialized team to help you in the aspects of construction claims, construction accidents, and construction dispute resolution.

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