ForensisGroup power press expert witnesses are involved with all aspects of this type of manufacturing equipment. That includes design, testing, marketing and sales, maintenance and inspection, and operation and safety. This entails design and inspection of industrial power presses, clutch housing, crankshafts, eccentrics, power press clutch housing, and clutch levers.
These experts have many years of experience as mechanical engineers with a focus on safety and design analysis. They have expertise in cost estimation, safety research, industrial accidents, mechanical components, and on-site and laboratory accident investigations. They conduct product failure analysis, accident reconstruction, equipment evaluation, and safety and maintenance procedure assessments.
Their expert witness experience includes power press and industrial machinery safety, maintenance and repair practices, and engineering and safety analysis. They also opine on issues concerning training and work practices, safety standards, code compliance, along with power press user manuals and signage.
Many assess citations levied by OSHA investigators and inspectors for power press workplace accidents and injuries.
These experts consult as mechanical engineers on power press issues, such as accident investigations and lawsuits that stem from power press manufacturer defects, improper maintenance and safety, and operational negligence. They testify on safety codes, standards, and OSHA regulations. Many of our experts are manufacturers and suppliers in this industry.
For over 25 years, ForensisGroup has been matching attorneys with the most authoritative of experts based on the results of a rigorous screening process. Contact us today to be connected with the right power press expert witness for your case.
I have over 40 years experience as an Acoustical Engineer with expertise in sound and vibration measurement, analysis, control, engineering project management, electronics, instrumentation and computer programming experience to designing and supplying systems and software for sound and vibration measurement and analysis. I have additional experience in environmental, architectural and industrial sound and vibration problems and control. I have provided my services as an acoustical engineering expert witness for more than 40 years with deposition, consultations, and courtroom testimony.
I have more than 30 years experience using forensic engineering, accident reconstruction, and biomechanics to analyze and reconstruct accidents and to perform biomechanical analysis of injuries. My expertise includes accident reconstruction includes: traffic / vehicular (auto, truck, pedestrian, motorcycle, occupant motion, low speed impacts); slips & falls (friction testing); industrial accidents; and recreational and sports accidents. My additional expertise in biomechanics includes: bone and soft tissue injuries (head, back, neck, and extremities, including disc, rotator cuff, and knee injuries); slip, trip, & fall injuries; automotive, industrial, construction, recreational, sports, and altercation types of injuries. My forensic engineering expertise includes: failure of mechanical equipment; machine components; rotating machinery; power process; belt conveyors; machine guards; forklifts and cranes; garage doors; and heat transfer analysis. I have over 15 years expert witness experience with consultations, deposition, and courtroom testimony.