Using both government and private weather records, our expert meteorological reports are written specifically to the details of your case. We provide testimony that juries can easily understand that will also withstand vigorous cross examination in deposition and at trial.
Understand the weather conditions specific to your case
Our forensic meteorologist provides readily understandable technical explanations of how weather and lighting conditions affected your client’s on-scene experience. These detailed forensic analyses cover potentially contentious issues such as daytime and nighttime visibility, snow and ice accumulation, and damages or injuries related to high winds, lightning, hail, and fog.
Our meteorology expert is a highly respected professional in the meteorological community. As a research professor at the U.S. Naval Academy, he stays current with the latest advances in weather technology and analysis.
Atmospheric conditions affect many case types:
- Premises Liability
- Vehicle Crashes
- Construction Delays
- Railroad Collisions
- Sports & Recreation
- Property Damage
- Business Interruption
- Utility Lines and Poles
- Recreational Events
- Marine and Boating
- Construction Safety
- Professional Liability
In addition to your case’s purely meteorological elements, it may benefit from our ability to draw on related in-house disciplines (e.g., electrical or structural engineering, or fire investigation) so as to present a scientifically accurate and comprehensive analysis.
The investigative and technical expertise at Robson Forensic can determine the validity of claims from extreme weather.
DISCUSS YOUR CASE WITH AN EXPERT
Call or submit an inquiry to tell us about your case. Once we determine which expert is best qualified to assist, we will put you in direct contact.