Craig Williams has decades of professional engineering experience in forensic engineering, failure analysis, research, design, construction, operations, and maintenance. He is professionally licensed in 12 states, and maintains an active national engineering record with NCEES. He holds both BS and MS degrees in engineering. Mr. Williams' experience results in accurate causation determinations which allow litigators, insurance professionals, and involved parties to accurately access the loss, advance successful claims when possible, and/or mitigate liability when appropriate.
Mr. Williams' education, experience, and capabilities provide unique forensic engineering capabilities. Prior to specializing in forensic engineering, Craig Williams managed manufacturing and consulting engineering firms. Craig Williams' design, construction, maintenance, and operation of manufacturing, operational, stationary and mobile equipment allows real world insights to be applied to engineering, scientific, and forensic principles to obtain accurate origin and cause assessments.
Fire & Explosion Investigations Electrical Equipment Failure Boilers, Mechanical, Plumbing, HVAC Machinery Construction and Heavy Mobile Equipment Mobile and Stationary Equipment Failures Water Intrusion and Mold Causations Material Failures, Fatigue, and Corrosion Product Defect and Failure Analysis Slips, Trips, Falls, and Workplace Injury