Arthur is a marine engineer and mechanical expert with over forty years of professional experience both at sea and ashore. He applies his expertise to personal injury and economic loss claims involving mechanical systems and marine/industrial processes.
Arthur was a visiting professor at the United States Merchant Marine Academy Global Maritime and Transportation School for more than twenty years. He has sailed as a Chief Engineer, has been a Port Engineer, and a Superintendent Engineer for shipping companies. He built ships (US and Japan), rebuilt ships (Singapore and US), and has been actively involved in the conversion of tankers to floating storage and offloading vessels (FSO), and in the construction and installation of a barge mounted floating production, storage and offloading unit (FPSO).
Outside of the marine world, Arthur has worked in nuclear plants on standby diesel vibration issues, worked on and built co-gen and alternative energy plants (methane), and successfully performed trouble shooting of large centrifugal machines for environmental cleanup in South America.
Arthur is a retired Chief Engineer, Motor Unlimited Horsepower(8 issues), and steam Unlimited as a 3rd Engineer.