The field of land surveying can involve floodplain management, ALTA surveying, GPS surveying, cartography and mapping, parcel division and easement analysis, and right-of-way engineering. Restricted land use, boundary disputes, even trip and fall location analysis – these are all cases in which a land surveyor’s expertise could be key. Highly skilled surveyors are versed in mathematics, geometry, trigonometry, engineering, and law. Land surveyors primarily inspect properties, gather data, conduct questionnaires, and research to establish property boundaries.
In addition to being registered as professional land surveyors, land surveyor expert witnesses sometimes hold civil engineering, geotechnical engineering, or FEMA floodplain surveying certifications. Land surveyors may also serve as property inspectors in matters of real estate transactions.
ForensisGroup has been helping legal professionals, insurance companies, as well as other public and private agencies find credentialed and knowledgeable expert witnesses since 1991. Contact ForensisGroup or submit an expert request form today to find highly qualified land surveyor expert witnesses.