High Winds Expert Witnesses
High winds expert witnesses and consultants listed here may be able to form expert opinions, draft expert witness reports, provide expert witness testimony at deposition and/or trial as or serve as consulting (non-testifying) experts on high winds. The high winds expert witness listings on this page are typically from fields/areas of expertise such as: Hydrology, Meteorology, and Slip Trip & Fall.
H. Michael Mogil, CCM, CBM, NWA Digital Media Seal How The WeatherworksNaples, Florida
Meteorology, Slip Trip & Fall - forensic meteorology, weather expert, weather event reconstruction, property damage, roof damage, personal injury, insurance claims, roof collapses, hurricanes, tornadoes, severe thunderstorms, lightning, snow, hail, high winds, rain, floods, lightning, highway accidents, criminal cases
H. Michael Mogil (CCM, CBM, NWA Digital Seal) is a seasoned meteorologist with nearly five decades of experience, three of which were within NOAA (NWS and NESDIS). This included severe thunderstorm and winter weather forecasting, warning, and preparedness. He has worked as a forensic meteorologist since the mid-1990's, handling a wide array of civil and criminal cases. Mike has honed his skills in local and regional meteorological data analysis, locating and using numerous weather data sets (both governmental and non-governmental), and crafting easy-to-understand, scientifically accurate, expert reports. He has even offered weather demonstrations in the courtroom to help judges, juries and attorneys understand key weather concepts. As a published author, Mike has written more than half a dozen weather trade books, published some 1500 weather articles (mostly online and in Weatherwise Magazine), created several educationally-focused cloud charts, and collaborated with the U.S. Post...
Matthew J. Bunkers, Ph.D., CCM Northern Plains Weather Services, LLCRapid City, South Dakota
Meteorology, Hydrology - forensic meteorology, weather and forecasting, radar, satellite, severe storms, hail, rainfall and flooding, fog, winter weather, heavy snow, icing, slip and falls, fire weather, high winds, lightning verification, applied climate and meteorology, agriculture weather, and education and training
My clients include lawyers and industries of construction, insurance, mining, and power generation. I have worked on cases involving: • analyses of hail/wind/tornado damage to businesses, crops, farm property, and housing units for insurance-related claims/lawsuits, • climate and weather analyses for a mining operation, preventative planting insurance claim, crop spraying, and livestock operations, • rainfall recurrence interval analyses for flooding of homes, • snowfall and rainfall analyses for insurance protection claims for recreational events, • climate and severe weather documentation for construction delays and adverse weather days, • cloud cover/moonlight, rainfall, fog, and icing/snow/wind analyses for automobile accidents, • slips and falls related to snowfall, icing/refreezing, and freezing drizzle, • windstorm and drought analysis for a wildfire, • fire-weather observations and research papers for a fellow consulting meteorologist, • a technical review of a weather book...
Douglas C. Stolz, PhD, CCM Cross Product Atmospheric, LLCSeattle, Washington
Meteorology - Weather Reports, Weather Analysis, Weather Data Analysis, Weather Research, Insurance Claims Assessment, Severe Weather, Lightning, Flooding, High Winds, Climatology, Natural Hazards, Disaster Recovery
My name is Dr. Douglas Stolz, I hold a doctorate in atmospheric science as well as the certified consulting meteorologist seal of the American Meteorology Society. I have been practicing as a professional consulting meteorologist for four years; I currently own and operate Cross Product Atmospheric, LLC, a meteorological consulting firm based in Seattle, WA providing expert witness, forensic reporting, weather analysis, forecasting, technical development, and natural hazards training services for clients across the energy, technology, transportation, and insurance sectors. I have previously opined on severe weather event occurrence in the state of Washington. I am the current chair of the Association of Consulting Meteorologists Ethics and Standards Committee and liaison to the American Meteorological Society’s Board of Best Practices. Following Hurricane Maria (2017), I spent one hundred and twenty-five days in San Juan, Puerto Rico supporting the Shelter and Temporary Essential P...