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Russell E Darnell, Ph.D., EDD, MBA, BSE Global Solutions

El Dorado Hills, California
Accident Reconstruction Expert Witness, Motorcycle Expert Witness - Automotive, ATV, RV, fire cause and origin, automobile, trucks, trailers, towing, patent infringement, boats, ships, racetrack design and operation, Motocross, safety engineering, master technician, engineering management, heavy equipment, warnings, scooters, counterfeit parts, vehicle testing
Qualified in State, Federal, and International Courts of Law. Motorcycle Hall of Fame. Accident reconstruction in more than 1,000 events. Broad vehicle background including testing, design, research and development. Top motorcycle and ATV expert. Contract accident reconstruction expert for U.S. Justice Dept. and California Office of the Attorney General.

Michael T. Motley, PH.D. Univ. of Calif. at Davis (ret.)

Davis, California
Warnings & Labels Expert Witness, Communications Expert Witness - Meaning, Message Interpretation, Sexual Consent, Date Rape, Contract Interpretation, Instructions, Clarity, Misleading Advertising, Disclosure Adequacy, Intended Meaning, Subliminal Messages
Michael Motley, Professor Emeritus, University of California at Davis, has authored five books and over 150 articles and papers in communication. He has been officially recognized as among the "Top 1% of Scholars in Communication" during the 1970's, 1980's and 1990's. See www.MotleyExpert.com Expert opinion on adequacy of warnings, warning labels, instructions, etc. Opinion on normal interpretation of communication messages (contracts, waivers, advertisements, etc.) regarding clarity, ambiguity, potential meanings, most likely interpretation, etc. Opinion on interpretations of consent messages and/or resistance messages in claims of date rape. Opinion on meanings of messages in male/female misunderstandings.

Kenneth Nemire, PhD, CPE HFE Consulting, LLC

Campbell, California
Human Factors Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Products Liability, Slip Trip, and Fall, Vehicle Accidents, Auto Accidents, Perception/Reaction Analysis, Driver Behavior, Distracted Driving, Motorcycle Accidents, Pedestrian/Bicycle Accidents, Night Vision and Lighting, Retail Safety, Workplace Safety
Expert in human factors and ergonomics with extensive experience testifying in motor vehicle accidents; product liability; and slip, trip, fall cases in state and federal courts. Retained by both plaintiff and defense attorneys. Specializes in forensic personal injury causation involving premises, product, vehicle, pedestrian, and workplace accidents. Human factors/ergonomics specialties include: Driver perception & behavior; Pedestrian perception & behavior; Perception response time; Night vision; Lighting, visibility & conspicuity; Slip, trip, misstep & fall (including falls from heights such as ladders & platforms); Product design & liability (including medical, consumer, industrial, agricultural); Human-machine interaction; Control/display layout; Warnings, signs & instructions. PhD in Experimental Psychology, Certified Professional Ergonomist, Certified XL Tribometrist, and OSHA authorized to teach 10 and 30 hr. courses in General Industry Safety. Designed and conducted human f...

Ryszard (Richard) Szymani, PhD DBA Wood Machining Institute

Walnut Creek, California
Products Liability Expert Witness, Equipment & Machinery Expert Witness - Safety and hazard analysis, accidents, woodworking, wood industry, sawmills, furniture factories, personal injury, safety standards, power saws, table saws, chain saws, gang saws, band saws, planers, molders, wood chippers, conveyers, guarding, warnings.
Founder/Director and Technical Consultant, Wood Machining Institute, an international information center for the wood industry and machinery and cutting tools manufacturers, Berkeley, California, 1984-Present. Over 37 years of experience in industrial and home accidents investigation with woodworking equipment and cutting tools. These include: • Safety and hazard analysis in woodworking and the wood industry: design, manufacture, use and maintenance of wood processing machinery; guarding, warnings, training, codes, standards, customs and practices. • Personal injury with portable power saws, table saws and chain saws and machinery related accidents including gang saws, band saws, planing and molding machines, wood chippers and conveyers • Assistance with Patent applications and infringements. • Attending international trade shows and conferences for the wood industry and reporting on safety issues in the WMI international newsletter, Wood Machining News. • Made presentations ...

David R. Lenorovitz, PhD, CPE LENPRO Services, Inc.

Littleton, Colorado
Human Factors Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Human Factors Engineering, Ergonomics, Hazard Analysis, Safety Procedures, Warnings, Warnings Adequacy, Warning Systems, Product Liability, Perception-Memory-Cognition, User Distractions/Diverted Attention, Task Analysis, Industrial Accidents
Dr. Lenorovitz is a Board Certified Ergonomist / Human Factors Professional with extensive experience in developing and applying knowledge regarding the ways in which human capabilities and limitations can materially effect a user's performance (i.e., success or failure) when interacting with a variety of products or equipment. He has performed HF-related work evaluating, designing, developing, and testing user-interactive-systems for a wide range of industrial, governmental, and individual clients. His forensic experience has included applying HF scientific principles, preparing analysis reports, providing expert opinions, and testifying in cases involving: hazard analysis; evaluating safety systems; assessing the necessity for and adequacy of warnings, instructions, operator manuals, work practices, & organizational procedures; addressing product design and product liability issues; and investigating incidents involving user distractions or diverted attention situations.

Irving U. Ojalvo, ScD, PE Technology Associates, LLC

Stamford, Connecticut
Accident Reconstruction Expert Witness, Products Liability Expert Witness - Accident Reconstruction, Biomechanics, Human Factors, Engineering, Failure Analysis, Warnings & Labels, Slip, Trip, Falls, Safety, Automotive, Forensic Science
We maintain a full staff of mechanical, biomechanical, electrical, and civil engineers, allowing us to handle a large variety of cases for attorneys working for both Plaintiffs and Defendants. Most of our engineers have advanced degrees and are licensed professional engineers. To-date, we have helped over 2,000 attorneys and insurance agents settle or try their cases. Our staff has published hundreds of papers, and remains active in publications in the areas of accident reconstruction and safety. We also have engineering staff members serving on national ANSI standards committees, and several of our engineers are active in safety and accident prevention research.

Catherine E Patterson, PhD Biotech Research Group (BRG)

Tampa, Florida
Pharmaceutical Regulation Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Pharmaceutical, Drug, Device, Failure to Warn, Labeling, FDA, Regulatory, Product Liability, OTC, Prescription, Safety, Risk
Dr. Patterson has focused on human disease and treatments with attention to both efficacy and safety. Investigations of medical literature, legal files and regulatory documents for medical conditions, drug products and medical devices as well as comparators are the basis of her regulatory opinions. Any pharmacovigilance, device safety reviews, adverse event and labeling analyses use resources such as PubMED, Embase, FAERS, MAUDE, and internal company documents. Her regulatory experience has included 510(k), PMA, pre-IND, IND, NDA, ANDA and 505(b)(2) submissions. Dr. Patterson routinely writes FDA submissions, white papers, clinical study protocols, medical descriptions and labeling. She has additional experience with peer-review publications and grant writing. She is currently the Chief Scientific Officer for Biotech Research Group in Tampa. Her PhD was awarded from Princeton University in Molecular Biology for her work with viruses. In the past she provided scientific re...

Adam K Aleksander, PhD, PE, CSP Aleksander & Associates P.A.

Boise, Idaho
Human Factors Expert Witness, Products Liability Expert Witness - Warnings, Labels, Reconstruction, Visibility, Failure Analysis, Forensic Engineering, Defects, Photogrammetry, Metallurgy, Human Factors, Ergonomics, Construction, OSHA, Safety Engineering, Product Liability, Equipment Failures, Industrial Accidents, Power Utility Accidents, Insurance Claims
Specific Cases: Go cart nip point fatality, washing machine amputation, amputations in punch presses, hydro-pneumatic tank explosion, agricultural truck amputation, airport conveyors, biscuit cutter, amusement rides, water-jet fatality, slips & trips, lead rope snap, exercise machine failures and injuries, document burn injuries, folding chair collapse, concrete anchor system, nail gun injury, prosthesis bolt failure, steam iron electrocution, pool light burn, design of warnings and instructions, ATV rollover, automotive failures and crash related phenomena, measurement of ECDs (TASER®) Farm equipment, failed engines, mining conveyors, power plant systems, belt conveyors, potato processing system, sewer line, tire shredder processing analysis, failed brake die, failed conveyor bearing, RV axle repair failure, trailer suspension system failure, trailer separation, dump truck telescoping cylinder failure, brake system, headlight filament analysis, service station gasoline tank leak, b...

James M. Miller, PE, PhD J.M. Miller Engineering, Inc.

Ann Arbor, Michigan
Engineering Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Accident Reconstruction, Agriculture, Automotive, Chemical Hazards (Asbestos, Diacetyl, etc.), Explosions, Electrical, Environmental, Hazard Communication, Human Factors, Instructions, Labels, Warnings, OSHA, Premise Liability, Product Liability, Vapes and E-cigarettes, Battery Fires, Child Safety
Dr. Miller is an Emeritus Professor at the University of Michigan and a registered professional engineer and consultant with over 35 years of experience as an expert witness. He specializes in warnings, labeling, and instruction manuals, consumer product design, process safety, explosions and fire science, chemical hazards (diacetyl, asbestos, benzene, etc.), machine guarding, vehicle visibility, tractor egress/ingress, slip and fall prevention, recreational vehicles (ATVs, boats, and personal watercraft), and compliance with safety standards (OSHA, MSDS, CPSC, ANSI, ASTM, UL, etc.) Miller Engineering also has a staff with degrees in the Mechanical, Chemical, Agricultural, Industrial, and Human Factors fields of engineering. Recently, Dr. Miller has been handling cases involving battery fires, particularly with respect to e-cigarettes, vaporizers, or "vapes". Dr. Miller has authored a chapter titled "Hazard Communication and Right-to-Know: Regulatory Issues" in the Safety E...

Gerald M. Goldhaber, PhD Goldhaber Research Associates, LLC

New York, New York
Products Liability Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Failure to Warn, Adequacy of Warnings, Duty to Warn, Personal Injury and Warnings, Hidden Hazards Requiring Warnings, Creation and Evaluation of Warnings, Effectiveness and Costs of Warnings, Product Warnings and Safety Instructions of Warnings, Warnings Codes, Standards and Regulations
Over the last 39 years, Dr. Gerald M. Goldhaber has emerged as the nation's leading safety warnings and communication expert. His client have included over 100 of the top 500 corporations in the U.S., 50 of the top 100 law firms and government agencies including the FDA (consulted on new nutritional label) and CPSC for whom he has helped establish guidelines for products ranging from ATV's to soda bottles to in-line skates. Dr. Goldhaber has designed warnings for dozens of consumer and industrial products including Playtex Tampons, Otis Elevators, Rheem Water Heaters, Nissin Foods, SC Johnson's Raid and Off, Dr. Pepper/7 UP/Cadbury Beverages and Owens Corning Fiberglas. He is the author of 10 books including two of the all-time best sellers in the field of communication (Organizational Communication, the first and leading college textbook in the field of Organizational Communication and Communication Probes, which sold over X million copies). Dr. Goldhaber's 11th book, PROFIT & LO...

Kevin A Rider, PhD, PE, CPE Forensic Human Factors, LLC

Columbus, Ohio
Human Factors Expert Witness, Engineering Expert Witness - Distracted driving, Driving behavior, Reconstruction, Biomechanics, Maritime, Manufacturing, Mining, OSHA, Premises Liability, Products Liability, Safety, Slips, Trips, Falls, Transportation, Warnings, Conspicuity, Cell phones, Texting, Lighting, Perception, Visibility, Instructions, Human Factors
Dr. Kevin Rider is a human factors expert and owner of Forensic Human Factors, LLC, providing investigations, reports and expert testimony for personal injury cases – plaintiff and defense. His expertise involves investigating how people interact with other people, products and environments in predictable ways, and applying this understanding to effective, efficient and safe products, services and systems. He has been retained as an expert in more than 25 states (+ Puerto Rico). Dr. Rider’s expertise includes: • MVAs and pedestrian collisions, incl. trucks, trains, buses, motor/bicycles • Illumination, nighttime visibility, and conspicuity • DUI/DWIs, where intoxication was not a proximate cause of crash • Adequacy of product designs and warnings • The design and maintenance of safe civil and occupational environments • Premises liability, and slips, trips and falls • Workplace and construction safety Dr. Rider is a Professional Engineer (PE), a Certified Professio...

John S. Morse, PhD, PE John S. Morse, PE

Westville, Oklahoma
Accident Reconstruction Expert Witness, Products Liability Expert Witness - Ladders, scaffolds, shopping carts, fires & explosions, oil & gas industry, guarding, warnings, heavy trucks, brakes
Investigated over 450 ladder/climbing equipment accidents involving step, fixed, extension, articulated, combination, rolling, and telescoping ladders, folding attic stairways, fixed stairways and scaffolds. Appeared on television three times to discuss shopping cart safety. Investigated fires and explosions, heavy truck accidents, industrial accidents, oil & gas industry, guarding, warnings, and plumbing failures.

William J. Vigilante, PhD, CPE Vigilante Forensic

Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
Human Factors Expert Witness, Warnings & Labels Expert Witness - Ergonomics, Driver Performance, Night vision and Lighting, Audible alarms, Slip trip & falls, Stair safety, Retail safety, Work place safety, Skiing and winter sports safety, Motorcycle safety, Distracted Driving, Fatigue & drowsy driving, Slow moving vehicles, Product design, Boating safety
Dr. William Vigilante offers human factors expert services in civil and criminal litigation matters related to consumer and commercial product design; roadway and vehicle safety; premises safety; and the design, development, and assessment of product warnings, signs, and user manuals. Dr. Vigilante is a Board Certified Professional Ergonomist (CPE) with over 20 years of experience in the field of human factors & ergonomics. Dr. Vigilante is an establish researcher in the field of warnings & risk perception and has authored more than 36 professional research papers related to the factors that affect the adequacy of warnings and how people perceive risks. Dr. Vigilante has worked in the design, development, and testing of over 100 consumer and commercial products along with the warnings and user instructions that accompanied those products. Dr. Vigilante is a human factors expert who possesses more than 20 years of experience researching driver performance and roadway safety...

Johnie P. Spruiell, P.E. Integrity Forensics and Engineering, LLC

Sanger, Texas
Mechanical Engineering Expert Witness, Forensic Science Expert Witness - Chemistry & Chemicals, Electrical Engineering, Energy, Equipment & Machinery, Failure Analysis, Fire, Laboratories & Testing, Oil and Gas, Products Liability, Product, Plumbing, Leak, Warnings & Labels, Guarding, CSST, Gas Explosions, Natural Gas, Propane, LPG, Forensic Engineering, Expert Witness
LICENSURE: -Texas Professional Engineer License #57023 -Colorado Professional Engineer License #24555 -Alabama Professional Engineer License #35693 -Mississippi Professional Engineer License #17888 EDUCATION: -BSME, University of Texas at Arlington, 1978 AFFILIATIONS: -MEMBER, American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) -MEMBER, NCEES - National Council of Examiners for Engineering and Surveying -MEMBER, National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE) -MEMBER, Texas Society of Professional Engineers (TSPE) -Pi Tau Sigma -Tau Beta Pi PRIMARY AREAS OF EXPERTISE: -Fire and Explosion Analysis Fuel Gas Fires and Explosions Residential, Commercial, Industrial Gas-Fired Equipment and Household Appliances Engineering Assistance for Fire Investigators -General Products and Equipment - Mechanical and Electrical Determination of Cause of Failure and Accidents Evaluation of Safety, Guarding, Warnings Compliance with Standards Analysis/Evaluation - ...
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