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National Tile and Stone Authority
Experts in tile and stone selection and installation, including pools and spas, NTSA provides forensic investigation, failure analysis, inspections and consultations regarding stone, ceramic, glass mosaics, and many other materials. Greg Andrews and Gil... Learn More ›

David Erik Chase, AIA (Forensic Architecture: Plaintiff & Defendant®)
"ARCHITECT : EXPERT" With 55 Plus years of Architectural practice experience, 140 Expert Case representations regarding an Architect's Standard of Reasonable Care... Learn More ›

Donato V Pompo (Ceramic Tile And Stone Consultants, Inc.)
Ceramic Tile and Stone Consultants (CTaSC) is a full-service company providing forensic investigations and remediation, expert witness, testing, reporting, installation specifications, quality control, training, market research and business planning. A... Learn More ›

Paul L Johnson (Gryphon Consulting)
A highly knowledgeable professional in residential and light commercial construction, including remodeling, with experience in structural, electrical, plumbing, roofing, interior finishes, and exterior envelopes. I offer over 45 years of practical... 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...
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,...
Mark E. Williams, AIA, NCARB (Robson Forensic, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: MARK E. WILLIAMS, AIA, NCARB Premises Safety, Construction Claims, & Architect Professional Liability Mr. Williams brings over 30 years of practical experience preparing construction documents and...
Kenneth D. Newson (Interior Specifications)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Forensic scientist in floor related litigation including slip & falls, all materials and installation, moisture vapor testing, and Slip Resistance testing. Member of ASTM. Marble Institute of America,...
Tile FAQs

What is a tile expert witness?

A tile expert witness is an individual with expertise in the production, installation, and maintenance of ceramic, porcelain, and other types of tile. They testify in cases involving tile-related issues such as product defects, construction techniques, and industry standards.

What is the role of a tile expert witness?

The role of a tile expert witness is to provide specialized knowledge and opinions on matters related to tile materials, properties, installation, maintenance, and defects.

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

Tile expert witnesses can expect to earn anywhere from $200 to $450 or more per hour, based on the situation. The final fee arrangement will be agreed upon between the expert and retaining lawyer.

What are the qualifications of a tile expert witness?

A tile expert witness should have extensive knowledge of tile manufacturing, installation, and repair, and be able to provide opinions on issues such as installation defects, industry standards, and warranties.

In a lawsuit, what type of evience is reviewed by a tile expert witness?

A tile expert witness would review evidence related to the installation, maintenance, and condition of tiles, including any defects, damages, or failures that may have contributed to the lawsuit.

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

Tile expert witnesses may be required in cases involving installation defects, product defects, slip and fall accidents, water damage, and disputes over quality or workmanship of tile installations.