Involved in an Alabama slip and fall lawsuit? You know that one of the critical components of the process is getting the testimony of an expert witness. Rob McNealy of Flooristics is an experienced flooring expert who has been used as an expert witness all over the country. When you need an Alabama flooring defect expert witness, consider Flooristics for accuracy and experience.
Flooring defects happen all the time, but in order to make the responsible parties accountable, it’s important to enlist the help of a flooring expert whose reputation is impeccable and whose experience is extensive when it comes to floor installation, walkway safety and more. If you are in need of an Alabama flooring defect expert witness, consider Flooristics and expert witness Rob McNealy.
Alabama flooring defects expert witnesses are the ones to share with the judges and the jury about the technical aspects of the flooring condition. Expert witnesses are generally chosen for their knowledge about the flooring industry and about particular types of flooring installation practices. If there is a flooring defect, it helps the case to have an expert witness explain how and why. If there isn’t a flooring defect, the expert witness can show the proof to strengthen the case.
Rob McNealy, the founder of Flooristics, has years of experience as a flooring contractor and certified floor inspector and has been a reliable, honest and trustworthy witness. With an MBA and lots of experience in the flooring industry, Rob McNealy has the background to understand the complicated and technical knowledge needed to work with attorneys and speak convincingly in court.
As an expert witness from Flooristics, Rob McNealy has experience in the following areas:
- Coefficient of Friction
- Slip Testing
- Specifications and Standards Review
- Floor Project Consulting
- Carpet, Resilient, and Hardwood Claims
- Floor System Integration
- Floor Failures and Defects
- Concrete Moisture Testing
- Interior and Exterior Walkway Surfaces
- Floor Coverings
- Floor Matting and Rugs
- Floor Cleaners, Polishes, and Coatings
- Sidewalks, Parking Lots, Ramps and Curbs
- OSHA “Walking and Working Surfaces”
- ANSI, ASTM, OSHA
The importance of having a reliable and trustworthy Alabama flooring defect expert witness can’t be stressed enough and if there is a need, consider Rob McNealy from Flooristics. When the question of whether the flooring material is defective or not, let the experts make a non-biased assessment.