Indiana Aquatics Expert Witnesses

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Maria K. Bella (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Maria Bella is an expert specializing in aquatic safety. She is one of only six Aquatic Facility Operator Instructor Trainers in the world and has been active in the aquatics industry for more than 40 years. Bella holds a degree in Aquatic Engineering,... Learn More ›

Gerald M. Dworkin (Lifesaving Resources, LLC)
Gerald Dworkin is a professional Aquatics Safety & Water Rescue Consultant for Lifesaving Resources, LLC, a company dedicated to drowning and aquatic injury prevention and emergency management. Dworkin has written and published over 40 articles and has... Learn More ›

Richard A Young (Aquatic Commercial Consulting )
Richard Young has over 35 years of public, institutional, commercial, water park and high-end residential pool experience. Rich is a California State Contractor. Rich has operated several as well as designed and renovated hundreds of public, commercial... Learn More ›

Robert E Holmer, PE, GE (H2 Engineers, Inc)
• Engineer of Record for over 30,000 residential and 500 public swimming pool projects. • Performed over 100 Forensics Investigation of swimming pool construction defects/failures • 20 years expert witness experience including over 30 depositions... Learn More ›

Kenneth A Solomon (Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses)
Kenneth A Solomon, Ph.D., Post Ph.D., P.E., Chief Scientist; diverse engineering staff; Accident Reconstruction, Biomechanics, Human Factors, 3D Photography, Safety, Accident, Prevention, Adequacy of Warnings, Construction Defect, Failure Analysis, OSHA... Learn More ›
ForensisGroup, Inc. (The Expert of Experts)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: For over 30 years, ForensisGroup has provided the nation’s top law firms, businesses, insurance companies, government entities with highly qualified expert witnesses and consultants. Experts referred by...
Rene Basulto P.E., MSEM, CGC, C.F.E.I. (Robson Forensic)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Mechanical Engineer & Building Systems Expert Rene Basulto is a Mechanical Engineer & Building Systems Expert with 40 years of experience in the design, construction and maintenance of building systems,...
Aquatics FAQs

What is an aquatics expert witness?

An aquatics expert witness is a professional with specialized knowledge in areas such as water safety, aquatic risk management, swimming pool design, and lifeguarding, among other related subjects.

What is the role of an aquatics expert witness?

The role of an aquatics expert witness is to provide testimony about the design, operation, and maintenance of pools and other aquatic facilities, as well as the safety of these facilities.

How much can a person make as an aquatics expert witness?

Aquatics expert witnesses may charge anywhere from $150 to $400 or more per hour, depending on such factors as their level of expertise, knowledge, location, and availability. The exact fee is negotiated between the expert and the attorney involved in the case.

What are the qualifications of an aquatics expert witness?

An aquatics expert witness should possess extensive knowledge of water safety and swimming, combined with effective communication and report writing skills, to effectively present their expertise in court.

In legal proceedings, how is evidence gathered by an aquatics expert witness?

An aquatics expert witness may gather evidence through site inspections, reviewing documents and records, conducting tests and experiments, and providing expert opinions based on their knowledge and experience in the field.

What type of lawsuit might require the testimony of an aquatics expert witness?

A lawsuit involving a drowning or other water-related injury, a dispute over pool or water park safety, or a case involving negligence or inadequate training of lifeguards may require the testimony of an aquatics expert witness.