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Ruben A. Gomez, PE
The author spent twenty-five years of his professional career working hands-on in this area of practice, during that period of time he had the opportunity to work on over two thousand cases involving property damage, defective products, conflagrations, slip and fall, trip and fall and car collisions. He was called to testify as an expert witness in over thirty court cases.
Parts I through V about cover all his caseload which are explained in detail and every part shows one or more cases considered to be representative of their category. The actual reports and the reasoning process notes are revealed to every minute detail.
By reading this course you will get twenty five years of experience which the author had to figure out on his own, compressed into five parts which can be read in some twelve hours and thus make them part of your own arsenal, so you wouldn’t have to discover the wheel a second time.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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