Maurice Cueva-Eguiguren, PE, CFEI Expert Witness

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Specialties & Experience

General Specialties: Electrical Engineering

Specialty Focus: Fire, Forensic, Lighting, Cause and Origin, Failure Investigations, Utility, Electrical, Equipment Failures, Electrical, Medical Equipment Failures, Electrocution, Electrical Generation, Electrical Transmission, Lighting Protection, Forensic, Board Certified Forensic Engineer

Education: Electrical Engineer, City of College of New York; Electrical, Graduate Studies, Polytechnic Institute; MBA, Graduate Studies, Alephia University

Years in Practice: 39

Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 4


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Licensed Electrical Engineer, Board Certified Forensic Engineer, Certified Fire and Explosion Investigator, specializing in forensic electrical engineering, utility electrical generation, transmission, distribution, Commercial & industrial, consumer electrical equipment, failures, lightning, grounding, lighting, electrocution, cause & origin, medical electrical equipment, expert testimony. In addition, Mr. Cueva-Eguiguren provides forensic engineering services, including expert opinion or testimony for litigation cases. In the past 20 years, he has prepared over 400 reports related to forensic investigations of small and large scale (multi-million dollar) losses, including origin and cause of product and system analysis associated with various electrical systems failures, equipment failures, accidents, product liability, fires and natural phenomena disasters related to electrical systems in the USA and overseas. These investigations involve various electrical systems failures, equipment failures, product liability cases, fires and accidents and natural phenomena disasters related to electrical systems. The experience in expert testimony includes deposition and in-court testimony in federal state and local courts. As court appointed arbitrator, Mr. Cueva-Eguiguren provided expert opinions in a dispute between a tenant and landlord related to energy usage (electrical and gas) in a shopping mall.