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Specialties & Experience of this Expert Witness

General Specialties:

Premises Liability and Dispute Resolution

Keywords/Search Terms:

Building construction, litigation, apartment, fire, damage, stair, starway, slip, fall, injury, public, private, accessibility, ADA, trip, ramp, sidewalk, forensic, government, inspection, investigation, dispute resolution, asbestos, lead, swimming pool, condominium, site development, case support.


Building Construction Management, University of Washington

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Additional Information

Company Principle Steven Wilcox has a Bachelor of Science in Building Construction from the University of Washington (1984) with minor studies in architecture, civil engineering and drafting. He trains regularly with professional and trade organizations. Council of American Building Officials Certified Building Official and International Council of Building Official Certified Building Inspector (since 1994). General Studies, drafting and emergency management certifications. Steve is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) for children in King County, WA. Over 25 years as a premises and construction defect consultant, 30 years as a municipal building official, and 38 years of building inspections and related management experience. Skilled in: -Premises liability -Building construction and site development defects -Forensic research and technical analysis -Communication of complex topics in simple terms -Residential, commerical and government litigation matters -Technical and admnistrative report writing General Areas of Experience: -Personal injury -Structure fire and resulting performance -Americans with Disabilities Act and Fair Housing Act defects -Risk evaluation Specific Areas of Experience: -Accessibility evaluations -Apartment fire building performance analysis -Asbestos -Case administrative support -Construction defects -Fall injury -Maintenance deferal -Stairway use injury We are experts in determining the anatomy of a defect, and then expressing our opinions in a comprehensive, yet clear manner where experts and non-experts may fully understand the depth of the matter. Our forensic analysis of investigation findings is based on design, construction methods, material applications, applicable codes, maintenace, alterations, and standards of care.