Some of our steering systems experts are engineers who work on adaptive industry issues like mechanical hand controls, and hydraulic steering systems for wheelchairs.
Others are involved with automotive steering issues such as those concerning power steering, electric steering, rack-and-pinion gearsets, tie rods, steering linkage, power steering pumps, and steering columns, along with steering fluid leaks in the system, drive belt slippage, and coupling creepage.
There are several types of steering systems, the most common is turning the front wheels using a hand–operated steering wheel attached to the steering column. Some of our experts work on other types, such as tiller or rear–wheel steering and tracked steering. Vehicles like bulldozers and tanks use differential steering where the tracks move at different speeds or opposite directions to navigate the vehicle.
Our experts inspect steering system failures and other incidents on automobiles, trucks, semi tractor-trailers, motorcycles, boats, RVs, and farm equipment, such as tractors, blowersprayers, combines, harvesters, and cultivators. They also evaluate steering systems on construction equipment like backhoes, bulldozers, graders, excavators, cranes, forklifts, and many other types of industrial machinery.
These specialists have worked with insurance investigators and attorneys on cases pertaining to steering failure, have prepared reports and analysis, and have provided expert witness testimony.
ForensisGroup has been connecting attorneys with the right expert witness since 1991. Please contact our staff right away to find out more about our steering systems expert witnesses. We respond within the hour and offer free initial consultations.