Forensic engineering

Definition of Forensic engineering

The application of the principles and practice of engineering to the elucidation of questions before courts of law. Practice by legally qualified professional engineers who are experts in their field, by both education and experience, and who have experience in the courts and an understanding of jurisprudence. A forensic engineering engagement may require investigations, studies, evaluations, advice to counsels, reports, advisory opinions, depositions and/or testimony to assist in the resolution of disputes relating to life or property in cases before courts, or other lawful tribunals.

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