Expert Forensic Engineering Investigations
Electrical Fire Investigations
Heating and Air Conditioning
The FFA Difference:
It makes all the difference in the outcome of your case
With thousands of forensic engineering investigations over the past 30 years, the forensic engineering consultants at FFA have a combined experience level that is impressive. Investigations range from structural and mechanical failures to large scale fire scenes and laboratory testing. With specialties in electrical, mechanical, structural and HVAC, there is a FFA forensic engineering consultant that can apply their knowledge and experience to solving your case.
- Consumer Product Failures
- Electrical Shock
- Evaluation of Failures resulting from claims
- Other Failures and consulting
Specific catastrophic events or long term maintenance neglect/wear & tear on a structure which have resulted in coverage claims on the building/structure.
- Pipe Breaks
- Fire Suppression system
- Gas Explosion
- Farm, Commercial, Industrial, Equipment breakdown
- Other Failures
- Improper Material Selection
- Product Failures related to improper manufacturing
- Assistance with analyzing and interpreting chemical/materials tests
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“We were able to reach a favorable settlement in our case after an all day mediation. This is thanks in large part to your hard work on this and your reports, which we believe caused plaintiff serious concern and got them to come down from their demand significantly.”
“My insurance company genuinely appreciates the work FFA performed on our behalf. The time – literally days – spent on examining and analyzing the evidence both at the site and in your labs, resulted in a recovery for both the carrier and the insured. It was a long hard journey.”