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Peter Petrovsky PE, ME, CE, IE, A B HAZ & C-12 MULTI-DISCIPLINED ENGINEER & CONTRACTOR (Diversified - lppetrovsky@gmail.com)
Peter Petrovsky, PE, earned registrations as Professional Engineer in Civil Engineering, as well as, in Mechanical Engineering. Additionally, he earned licenses as a General Engineering Contractor, General Building Contractor, and Earthwork and Paving... Learn More ›

Robert C. Sugarman, PE (RCS Performance Systems, Inc.)
Personal injury analyst. BA, MS, SM, PhD in physics & psychology (including MIT); 45 yrs R&D, teaching, trial testimony, industrial training, 'in the trenches'. Perception, vision, warnings, equipment/product design, vehicle/industrial accidents. Dr.... Learn More ›

James M. Miller, PE, PhD (J. M. Miller Engineering, Inc.)
Accidents | Agricultural Engineering | Batteries | Cannabis Processing | Chemical Safety | Construction | Consumer Product Safety | HazCom | Medical Devices | OSHA | Recalls | RV/ATV | Slip/Fall | Vapes | Vehicles & EVs | Warnings & Instructions | Workplace... Learn More ›
Raymond L. Lee, Jr., Ph.D. (Robson Forensic Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Raymond L. Lee, Ph.D. Object Visibility, Lighting, Meteorology Dr. Lee is an expert on the effects of weather phenomena such as snow, fog, rain, and icing on drivers and pedestrians, glare from sun and...
Ellen Szubski, M.S., Ph.D., CXLT, CPSI, AHFP (The Warren Group, Inc.)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: *Available Nationwide* Ellen Szubski, Ph.D., is a human factors consultant at The Warren Group. She earned a Doctor of Philosophy in Human Factors Psychology and a Master of Science in Applied Psychology...
Gary E Kilpatrick, PE, DFE (The Kilpatrick Group, PA)
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Who is The Kilpatrick Group, PA? Our mission is to provide to you with forensic mechanical design engineering services that are dedicated to the application of the art, science and methodology of forensic...
Nancy Grugle, PH.D., CHFP (Evidence Solutions, Inc. )
Location: Multiple Locations
Areas of Expertise: Dr. Grugle is a human factors expert who specializes in investigating fatigue, sleep deprivation, and drowsy driving as well as distracted driving, looming, visibility/conspicuity, and driver behavior....
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,...
Visibility FAQs

What is a visibility expert witness?

A visibility expert witness is a professional who is called upon to provide opinions and assessments related to issues such as the visibility of objects, people, or hazards.

What is the role of a visibility expert witness?

The role of a visibility expert witness is to give expert testimony in legal matters on the factors affecting visibility, such as weather, lighting, and road design.

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

Visibility 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 a visibility expert witness?

The qualifications necessary to be a visibility expert witness include a specialized knowledge of visibility and lighting conditions, and their impact on safety.

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

A visibility expert witness reviews evidence related to the visibility of a person, object, or location, such as lighting, weather conditions, and obstructions, to determine if it contributed to an accident or injury.

What types of cases involve expert opinions from a visibility expert witness?

Visibility expert witnesses are often called upon in cases involving accidents, personal injury, and property damage caused by poor visibility conditions, such as inadequate lighting, obstructed views, or weather-related factors.