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ESCI Expert Witness Services

ESCI's staff of nationally recognized engineering and craft professionals provides expertise in the construction, operation and maintenance of electrical utility systems from 50 volts to 765,000 volts, related Federal and State OSHA regulations, NESC, NEC, ASTM, ANSI and IEEE standards and code requirements, and industry accepted electric utility work practices.

ESCI can provide investigative research and highly specialized expertise in complex occurrences involving all types of electrical accidents where trained and untrained electrical workers and the public are involved. Our experts provide field investigations, detailed reports, validated opinions, trial/deposition testimony and in-depth litigation support involving:

  • Electrocution and contact with energized lines and equipment
  • Electrical Accidents, Incidents and Failures
  • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) regulations
  • The Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) standards
  • American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) standards
  • Electrical equipment design, failure and malfunctions
  • Electric utility equipment product liability
  • Accidents involving electrical utility systems
  • Defense of electric utilities relating to OSHA and State citations involving accidents and non-compliance to OSHA 1910 and OSHA 1926 Subpart V
  • System grounding and worker grounding protection
  • Contact of equipment mounted booms with overhead energized lines

Expert Witness Services Fees

Engineering Expertise

ESCI's professional team has more than 475 years, collectively, experience and detailed knowledge in the following subjects:

  • Operation, maintenance and construction of overhead and underground distribution and transmission systems
  • Operation, maintenance and construction of electrical substations
  • Electric utility work methods development and training
  • Hot stick, rubber glove, bare-hand and helicopter work methods
  • Grounding work methods and practices
  • National Electrical Safety Code (NESC) Code Interpretation
  • Forensic Engineering and Failure Analysis of utility equipment, tools and materials
  • High voltage and high current testing analysis capability

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