Construction Safety Expert/Forensic Investigator - Expert Witness
We conduct Forensic Investigations of Construction Accidents/Injuries/Deaths to establish the Cause and Who is Responsible. Our areas of expertise as an expert witness, include but is not limited to:
-Scaffolding, Cranes, Earth Moving Equipment, Aerial Lifts, Forklifts, Trenching/Excavating, Falls, Steel Erection, Rigging, Electrical Injuries/Electrocution, Confined Spaces, concrete work.
-Bridges, Residential, Industrial, Commercial, High-Rises, Marine, Highways, Underground, Water
-Traffic Crashes in Construction Work Zones - Related to MUTCD Compliance
-OSHA Violations in Construction
-Investigations of Structural Collapses, Bridges, Buildings, Structures - Related to/During Construction
-Trucking of Construction Materials, Steel materials, reinforcing bars, concrete, piling - loading/unloading/securing.
Construction Risk Management, Inc. offers expert witness services in the following areas:
Construction Safety, International Safety, Accident/Injury/Fatality Investigations, Reconstructions, and Traffic Crashes in Construction Work Zones, in compliance with MUTCD.
Areas of Expertise
Work Zone Traffic Crashes, Construction OSHA, Construction Accident Investigator, Brige and Building Collapse, Traffic Crashes, Construction Warning Signs, Lighting and Barricades,Pavement Marking in Construction Work Zones, Roadway Worker Safety in Construction Work Zones, Night Time Construction Work Safety Considerations,
Construction Work Zone Traffic Safety Expert Witness
Construction Means & Methods Litigation Support
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More than 45 years of field experience
Educated in Construction Safety
More than 45 years of continuing education in Construction Safety
Hand-on construction experience, safety management, field work, equipment operations
Certified in Construction Work Zone Traffic Control since 1988
Articles Published by Construction Risk Management, Inc.
Reacting to the Increase of Construction Injuries/Deaths
Recent increases in the frequency of construction "accidents" all over the world have stirred questions of what must be done to reduce these events and stop the increase.Read Article