A flooring defect can cause financial headaches for Colorado business owners who may end up in court and need a Colorado flooring defects expert witness to provide testimony as to the problems so that everyone involved has a good idea of what is happening.
What Are Flooring Defects?
Sometimes when a product is manufactured, things go wrong and the product is defective when it is shipped out for customers to buy. Flooring material is no different, and there are instances where some orders of flooring, from tile and hardwood to laminate and resilient, are defective. These flooring defects can cause a lot of headaches for the business owners who have it installed at the workplace. Besides not holding up as promised, flooring defects can even cause injuries via slip and fall accidents at work.
Flooring Defects and Slip and Fall Accidents
In Colorado slip and fall liability lawsuits, both the defendant and the plaintiff may be interested in the condition of the flooring where the accident happened. It’s a big deal as to whether or not any defects contributed to the accident. In other instances, business owners may want to go back to the manufacturer for reimbursement or replacement flooring because the materials are defective. No matter what the circumstances, if there is an incident involving potential defective flooring material, a Colorado flooring defects expert witness can bring out the facts and the evidence for or against.
Flooring defects end up being a problem in many ways. Whether the defect takes place in the manufacturing process or even the installation process, it can cause the flooring material to split, shrink, warp, shift, ripple, tear or wear unevenly. The defects may not even be apparent when the flooring is first installed. Some defects take time to become exposed, and make the flooring surface unsafe for foot traffic. No matter what the problem, an expert witness for flooring defects can identify what’s happening and gather the evidence needed to clarify the facts of the defects.
Find a Colorado Flooring Defects Expert Witness
Rob McNealy of Flooristics has been a flooring contractor for many years, as well as a walkway auditor and flooring inspector. He has worked all across the country in any number of situations, conditions and locations. As an expert in the flooring industry, Rob McNealy is also a fine expert witness and has contributed his expertise in many courts across the nation. He makes an excellent Colorado slip and fall expert witness thanks to his years of experience in presenting clear, trustworthy testimony in courts across the country.