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Olver and Rawden

Professional Description:

Consulting Forensic Engineers

Qualifications:

BSc (1975); MSc (1978); Chartered Engineer (1980); MEWI; Eur Ing; MIOSH; Fellow, Institution of Mechanical Engineers (1992)

Address:
Green Lane
Balsall Common
Coventry
CV7 7EJ
Area of work:

England, Scotland, Wales and Ireland

Details

OLVER & RAWDEN is a multi-disciplinary practice of engineers operating in forensic engineering for over 50 years. We can appoint an engineer appropriate to the issue at hand who is qualified to consider, inspect, report and provide evidence in Court. All have experience of industry, specific training in report writing and have obtained considerable Courtroom experience over the years. We provide quick, cost-effective advice and reporting, with or without on-site investigation.

Our experts have provided evidence in Civil and Criminal Courts as well as Tribunals, Inquests, Inquiries, Arbitrations and Civil Courts in the UK.
We are frequently appointed on a joint basis in accordance with current CPR.

Forensic investigation, pre-litigation advice and expert evidence in relation to:
Slipping, tripping, falling - Manual handling - Respiratory diseases (asbestosis, asthma, mesothelioma) - RTA investigation and reconstruction - Mechanical handling - Personal protective equipment - Materials analysis - Ladder and other access accidents - Agricultural and Horticultural accidents - Factory accidents - Product liability, specification and performance disputes - Construction site accidents - Working at height - DIY accidents.

Other Experts at Olver & Rawden
Mr Steven Mason: BSc (1968); MICE (1974); CEng (1974)
Mr Simon Tutton: LCGI (Traffic Accident Investigation) (2002); MITAI (1991)
Mr Aubrey Corbett: CEng (1967); BSc (1961); MIEE (1967); FIEE (1993); MIEEE (1995)
Dr Steve Thorpe BSc (1982) PhD (1987) MBA (1995) (Chairman of UKSRG)

Membership

UK Slip Resistance Group, Expert Witness Institute

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