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When water damage is found in a wall, an exterior leak is often assumed; however, condensation should also be considered. This article explores the design standards for mitigating wall condensation and the process by which a forensic investigator can determine if damages were caused by condensation due to deficiencies in design, construction, maintenance, or some combination thereof.
Dog bites occasionally occur at kennels, shelters, veterinary clinics, and other venues that host canines outside of the home. This article discusses the standard of care for preventing dog bite incidents, including the training of personnel, proper enclosures and restraints, and the policies and procedures that are reasonable and prudent to be in place to provide a safe environment.
NHTSA data supports that approximately half of all fatal, run-off-road (ROR) crashes occur along curves. While an examination of driver actions is relevant in many of these crashes, it may also be prudent to examine the roadway to understand if proper warnings were in place to notify drivers of the approaching hazard.
In this article, Civil & Traffic Engineering Expert, Richard Tippett discusses required warning signs that are used to notify motorists of curves ahead, the elements considered in determining the necessary signage, and how a forensic investigation can help determine whether signage was proper or in violation of applicable standards.