New Jersey Construction Insurance Expert Witnesses

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Jim Leatzow (Leatzow & Associates, Inc.)
Jim Leatzow has 47 years of hands on P & C industry experience as a nationally licensed (all 50 states), agency owner for 30 years, specializing in underwriting, claims adjusting, policy issuance, coverages, claims-made policies, construction & aviation... Learn More ›

Robert M Anderson (The Anderson Edge)
Trusted By 32 of the Top 100 Insurance Law Firms (see list of 32 Top Law Firms below) I have 35 years both as an underwriter and insurance broker in property-casualty insurance, captive formation and management, management liability, employee benefits,... Learn More ›

Hugh W Black CPCU, ARM, AIC, CCLA (Axiom Claims Analytics, LLC)
Mr. Black is the CEO of Axiom Claims Analytics, LLC and an expert who has over forty-five years of multi-line Property and Casualty Insurance claims handling and technical supervision experience. He has experience as a bad faith expert; insurance coverage;... Learn More ›

Dennis W. Eckstine (Eckstine & Associates, Inc.)
Dennis Eckstine has over 30 years experience in engineering, quality, and product safety including company representative at trial for equipment manufacturers. He has expertise and extensive experience with cranes, aerial platforms, lifts, trucks, farm... Learn More ›

Mr. Lucas is a construction licensing expert with over 30 years' licensing & enforcement experience. He worked previously for the California Contractors' State License Board (nearly 14 years) where he held various capacities, including serving as a construction... Learn More ›
Amin Terouhid (Adroit Consultants, LLC)
Location: New Jersey
Areas of Expertise: I am a construction subject matter expert with more than 18 years of professional experience. I have a Ph.D. in construction management and have master's degrees in civil engineering as well as industrial...
David M Bekus (DM Bekus Construction Services)
Location: New Jersey
Areas of Expertise: DM Bekus specializes in residential construction defects and concerns. With a NJ building inspector license and over 30 years of experience a wealth of knowledge is brought to each case. Reports are amply...
Construction Insurance FAQs

What is a construction insurance expert witness?

A construction insurance expert witness is a person who is qualified to give testimony regarding issues such as policy interpretation, construction insurance claim analysis, or other construction insurance coverage matters.

What is the role of a construction insurance expert witness?

The role of a construction insurance expert witness is to provide specialized knowledge and expertise in the insurance policies and claims related to construction projects in a legal matter.

How much can a person make as a construction insurance expert witness?

Construction insurance expert witnesses can earn income in the potential range from $200 to $400 per hour or greater, depending on the circumstances. The fee arrangmen, will be determined by the retaining attorney and the expert.

What are the qualifications of a construction insurance expert witness?

A construction insurance expert witness should possess knowledge of insurance principles and practices related to the construction industry, and be able to provide opinions on issues such as coverage, claims, and damages.

In legal proceedings, how is evidence gathered by a construction insurance expert witness?

A construction insurance expert witness gathers evidence through site inspections, document reviews, and interviews with relevant parties. They analyze the information to provide an expert opinion on the case.

What type of legal proceeding might require the testimony of a construction insurance expert witness?

A construction insurance expert witness may be required in legal proceedings related to construction defects, property damage, personal injury claims, or disputes over insurance coverage and policy interpretation.