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Paul Eason (e4 Consulting, Inc.)
Dr. Eason combines experience from academia, industry, and consulting to address a variety of engineering and forensic subjects. His broad based materials engineering education allows him to examine product defect and safety issues of metals, plastics,... Learn More ›

Dr. / Professor J. Rasty, Ph.D., PE, CFEI, CFII, President & CEO (Real World Forensic Engineering)
Since 1988, Real-World Forensic Engineering, LLC (“RWFE”) has provided engineering services to industries and government labs, as well as litigation support to both plaintiff and defense attorneys practicing in areas of law including: Products Liability,... Learn More ›

Thomas W Caldwell, P.E. (Summit Associates of Bedford LLC)
Mr. Caldwell has 38 years experience in materials R&D, product design and testing, manufacturing process development, quality assurance and product failure for ferrous and non-ferrous alloy products. He is a Registered Professional Engineer in Ohio. Expertise: Automotive,... Learn More ›

Bradley N. Plank, PE (Mechanical & Metallurgical Engineer)
Both a mechanical and a metallurgical (including plastics) engineer, Mr. Plank provides failure analysis and investigation of claims in cases of loss or injury and has testified in cases of personal injury, property damage, and products liability in both... Learn More ›

Reza A. Mirshams (Materials Engineering Solutions, LLC)
A licensed Metallurgical Engineer and University Professor in Mechanical Engineering and Technology with 45 years of professional experience. Professional experience includes failure analysis of products and parts and finding the root cause of fracture... Learn More ›
Daryl Ebersole, P.E. (Robson Forensic Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Daryl L. Ebersole, PE, is a licensed Professional Engineer in more than 10 states. He has also testified at trial in approximately 10 states. He is a proven investigator of electrical causes of fires,...
James Derby (Robson Forensic)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: James Derby Ceramic Scientist & Failure Analysis Expert James Derby is a ceramic materials scientist with extensive experience in tribology and failure analysis. James has extensive experience in processing...
Dawn DiMarco (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Dawn DiMarco is a practicing metallurgist with over 27 years of experience in failure analysis and accident investigation. Ms. DiMarco provides metallurgical investigations, analysis, reports and testimony...
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...
Consolidated Consultants
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Consolidated Consultants (CCc) continues to deliver high quality expert witness and medical expert witness referrals nationwide since 1995. CCc is the only referral service where you can view the full,...
Metallurgy FAQs

What is a metallurgy expert witness?

A metallurgy expert witness is a professional with specialized knowledge in the physical and chemical properties of metals. They may testify on issues related to metal processing, testing, and failure analysis.

What is the role of a metallurgy expert witness?

The purpose of a metallurgy expert witness is to present expert testimony on the composition, properties, and processing of metals.

How much can a person make as a metallurgy expert witness?

Metallurgy expert witnesses can make between $150-$400 per hour, and even more depending on their skills, knowledge, and experience.

What are the qualifications of a metallurgy expert witness?

The qualifications necessary to be a metallurgy expert witness in legal proceedings include expertise in material science, metallurgical failure analysis, and corrosion mechanisms, as well as exceptional analytical and communication skills.

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

Metallurgy expert witnesses gather evidence through various methods such as visual inspection, chemical analysis, and mechanical testing to determine the properties and characteristics of metals involved in a legal case.

In what type of cases might require opinions from a metallurgy expert witness?

Metallurgy expert witnesses may be required in cases involving product liability, failure analysis, material testing, welding defects, corrosion, and other issues related to the properties and behavior of metals.