ForensisGroup National Electric Safety Code® (NESC®) Expert Witnesses work extensively with this U.S. standard of utility workers and the public for the safe installation, operation, and maintenance of electric power and communication utility systems. This encompasses power substations, power and communication overhead lines, power and electric supply, and communication underground lines.
The National Electrical Safety Code or “ANSI Standard C2” is maintained by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE), a professional association. The NESC is updated every five years to keep the code current with changes in the industry and technology.
These experts have litigation experience that concerns electric utility contacts resulting in property damage, electrical burns, personal injury or death by electrocution, accidental contact to utility structures, and damages caused by electric lines.
Our experts offer their consulting services on NESC compliance investigations, electrical system protection devices, electrocutions, faulty electrical equipment, and damage by EMF or stray voltage.
If our selection does not include the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) expert witness for whom you are looking, please contact our office. We will assist you in locating the right expert for your case, as well as provide you with an initial case consultation at no cost to you. And because none of our experts pay a fee to be listed, we are free to recruit only the most trusted and credible experts based on a rigorous screening process. Contact us today to learn more and retain a highly-qualified NESC expert witness for your case.