WHA has provided forensic engineering litigation support services since 1987. Our emphasis has always been on understanding the physical evidence, the standard of care, and finding the cause of an event using the highest level of integrity and scientific/engineering reliability. The scientific method of documentation, evaluation, analysis, experimentation, observation and discovery is utilized to ensure our opinions and conclusions are founded on solid science. WHA is committed to the understanding and integrity provided by this approach, and we strive to live up to this standard in all the services it provides.
Our engineers and scientists participate in writing and revising many industry standards and codes, and are knowledgeable regarding relevant research in the industries in which we specialize. We use state-of-the-art techniques, procedures, and forensic tools to ensure that our thorough professional evaluations consider all facts and evidence in a case. Our background, training, and experience allows us to provide detailed analysis of an incident, including questions regarding standards of care.
WHA’s expertise has been accepted in state and federal courts throughout the US and in Canada and covers a wide range of expert services including the forensic engineering and litigation services below:
The ultimate goal of an expert witness is to accurately reconstruct the circumstances of an incident, consistent with the physical evidence, facts, and laws of physics and then effectively communicate often complicated scientific principles to the court and the jury, the “trier of fact.” Instead of speculation, we utilize forensic analysis and engineering, scientific testing and event reconstruction to understand and then illustrate complex science and laws of physics. Our experience, expertise, tools, and track record provide the confidence you need to successfully resolve your case.
“Barry Newton and his team at WHA are not only dedicated scientists, but also first class forensic investigators. They take on the most difficult projects and work through them with the requisite scientific rigor to make their opinions virtually unassailable. All that said, where Barry Newton really shines is in the courtroom. His professorial demeanor coupled with his almost boyish enthusiam for the subject matter combine to really engage and educate the jury. He’s as good as they get.”
Clark Hill Strasburger
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