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Ruben A. Gomez, PE
The author spent the last twenty years of his professional career working as a forensic engineer, during that period of time he had the opportunity to solve over two thousand cases involving property damage, defective products, slip & fall, conflagrations, trip & fall, structural collapses and car collisions. He was called to testify as an expert witness in thirty five court cases.
This entire course is composed of Parts I through V and summarizes a large portion of his experience which is explained in detail. Every part depicts one or more history cases selected as prototypes within their own categories. Nothing is held back, the actual reports are reproduced and the reasoning process leading to their conclusions are revealed in the most minute details.
By studying all five parts you will get twenty years of experience which you can make them your own and start a new career as an engineer without having 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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