Forensic accounting services are often utilized by
insurance companies, attorneys, accounting
professionals, banks, government and law enforcement
agencies. In most cases, forensic accounting is
conducted by certified public accountants, specializing
in the forensic investigations of fraudulent events.
Forensic Accountants may also provide testimony during a
trial and act as an expert witness in cases such as
insurance fraud matters.
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Forensic engineering includes the process of
investigating factors leading to personal injury or
damage to a property. Forensic engineers examine the
incident to determine if the product or structure
failed, was faulty or was operating insufficiently
causing the damage and/or injury. They often provide
expert testimony detailing the origin of the
malfunction, including factual data around the resulting
accident or injury.
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Forensic analysis includes, yet is not limited to the
investigation of accidents in the workplace, vehicle
accident investigations, structural damage analysis,
product defect analysis, explosions and fire
investigations, equipment failure analysis, causes of
mold and mildew growth, systems mechanical failure
analysis, and marine loss investigation analysis.
Forensic analysis processes are often used to support
legal matters associated with loss and oftentimes are
related to insurance claim cases. Beginning with the
interpretation of the physical evidence of an accident,
injury or crime scene, engineers utilizes various areas
of forensic science to determine the origin and facts
surrounding the investigation.
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