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Why this simple collision claim needed multiple forensic reports

November 21, 2018 by Greg Meckbach

A motorist who was successfully sued for rear-ending a vehicle on an icy road has to reimburse the plaintiff $23,000 for forensic engineering reports. Margaret Ozimkowski was driving home from work Jan. 23, 2012 after dusk in freezing rain. She was

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JENSEN HUGHES Accelerates Growth with Addition of Forensics Services to Edmonton Office

May 28, 2018 by Alexandra Jones

EDMONTON, AB, May 28, 2018 /insPRESS/ – JENSEN HUGHES, the global leader in safety, security and risk-based engineering and consulting services, is proud to announce the addition of Forensics capabilities to its Edmonton office. In addition to six other offices

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The insurance industry’s challenge in recruiting forensic engineers

December 8, 2017 Greg Meckbach, Associate Editor

The challenge for the property and casualty insurance industry in recruiting young engineers is that engineers generally want to make things instead of figuring out why things crashed or burned. “We have had a challenging time servicing our clients in

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CEP Forensic and Sintra Engineering merge to create “Canada’s largest forensic engineering firm”

July 4, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

CEP Forensic Inc. and Sintra Engineering Inc., eastern and western Canadian forensic engineering providers, have announced a merger to create what they are calling the country’s largest forensic engineering firm. The newly created entity, CEP-Sintra, will have close to one

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University of Toronto to offer “first in Canada” certificate in forensic engineering

January 4, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

The University of Toronto (U of T) has announced that it will be offering a new certificate in forensic engineering, something the university calls a “first in Canada.” The U of T course is core to a new certificate in