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Robson Forensic is a multidisciplinary Forensic Firm offering a broad range of specialty experts. The majority of our technical experts are full-time employees; this is an important distinction for both our experts and our clients.
Our experts benefit within the structure of the firm by gaining access to extensive technical libraries, state of the art inspection facilities, and validated forensic equipment. They also benefit from the experience of working within a firm that has investigated more than 50,000 cases since 1987.
Our clients benefit by working with a firm that has the resources to provide a custom forensic solution for each and every assignment. Robson Forensic provides the highest quality investigations, reports, and testimony suited towards the resolution of contentious disputes.contact an expert ✉
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An intellectual, thorough approach to every case provides accurate and defensible findings. At Robson Forensic, we take pride in delivering the highest quality forensic investigations rooted in accepted principles of engineering and science.
A large segment of the truck driving population is composed of drivers who work locally and are home most nights. In this article, commercial trucking expert Jeff Boesger explores the unique challenges that LTL delivery drivers regularly face.
LTL truck companies often employ drivers with diverse experiences and abilities, including over-the-road drivers, regional drivers, shuttle drivers, and local drivers. LTL, (Less than Truckload) drivers make multiple small deliveries and freight pickups within a local area. Because of the multi-stop nature of their deliveries, these drivers (especially if untrained or inexperienced) are at risk for vehicle accidents: injuries from unloading/loading and moving product from truck to truck; slips, trips, or falls in the ordinary course of work; and being struck by equipment while working in various shipping and receiving locations.
The experts at Robson Forensic investigate a variety of product liability claims and incidents to understand how they occurred. Manufacturing and product safety expert, Phil Shettig, is experienced both in the design of consumer products and the manufacturing processes that produce textiles as well as finished textile products. In this article, he discusses the standards that apply to fabric flammability and the factors that contribute to the flammability of the textiles used in a product. The raw source material, the gauge of the knit, fabric weight, dyes and chemicals used in treating the fabric, and any treatments applied to the end product all have an impact on flammability and flame intensity.