ForensisGroup ocean engineering expert witnesses employ a combination of electrical, civil, mechanical, and general engineering principles to partner with oceanographers, marine biologists, geologists, and geophysicists to design tools and devices to assist with oceanic research. They work independently or in research and design teams to develop research and exploration tools. Ocean engineering expert witnesses work aboard ships and submarines.
These experts assist lawyers and insurance companies with marine torts, insurance claims, ship and equipment design, construction errors, personal injuries, design procedures, production quality control, and shipbuilding practices. Their expert witness experience includes cases involving powering analysis, collisions, vessel stability, structural failure, capsizing, salvage, and towage of all types of vessels, including commercial, offshore supply, tugs, passenger, and recreational vessels.
Our ocean engineering expert witnesses have experience working with private consulting firms in naval architecture, marine engineering and civil engineering, as well as positions with the United States Government, the military, and oil, conservation, and navigation industries.
If you’re unable to locate a suitable ocean engineering expert witness from our highly qualified selection, please contact us. We will work with you in locating the right engineering expert witness for your case and provide you with a free initial case consultation. It is also important to note that our experts do not pay to be listed, so each individual is added to our selection based only on the results of a rigorous screening process, ensuring our clients are matched with only the most trusted, credible, and respected experts from within their field.