Solution Engineering Group is a multi-disciplinary engineering consulting and technical services company offering engineering investigation and analysis, customized and routine testing, accident investigation and reconstruction, pretrial and courtroom testimony. Their clients include private individuals, insurers, manufacturers, industrial processors, utilities, government, and law enforcement agencies and their representing attorneys. Chief Scientist/Principal of Human Factors and Safety, David G. Curry, PhD, CHFP, CSP, consults on all aspects of Human Factors, Applied Human Performance, Ergonomics, and Safety. He has over 30 years of experience working in accident investigation, product design and development, operational testing and analysis, and both laboratory and field research in the control / display, aviation, and surface vehicle arenas. Dr. Curry holds graduate degrees in Experimental, Human Factors, and Cognitive/ Perceptual Psychology, Industrial Engineering, and Business.
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Dr. Curry has published over 50 technical papers dealing with various issues relating to Applied Human Performance and Accident Investigation. He holds 4 United States patents and has or does serve as a member of national standards-making committees for a variety of organizations (e.g., ANSI, ASTM, and SAE.) Dr. Curry has been honored with receiving the General Motors President’s Council Award and a NASA Center of Excellence Fellowship among others.
Matt Hartley Lighting, LLC combines the Science of Engineering Design to the Art of Illumination. They provide a wide variety of services to the lighting design community, some of which include:
Principal, Matthew J. Hartley, is a noted expert in Lighting, Lighting Design, Product Development, AGI32, and Photometry He has been in the Lighting Industry for over 24 years. In that time, he has held positions in design, product management, customer service, and design engineering. Mr. Hartley has been employed by manufacturers, lighting software companies, and lighting agencies. He has immersed himself in different facets of the industry including indoor and outdoor lighting, safety and security, lighting and human health, and lighting standards. Mr. Hartley has been involved with several standard writing committees within the Illuminating Engineering Society of North America, producing over six standard documents. Since 1999, he has taught Lighting and Lighting Design to diverse groups, from students to seasoned lighting professionals, and presented at conferences and seminars on a variety of topics, such as of photometry, design, or IES Documents. View Matthew Hartley's Expert Witness Profile.
Civil, Structural and Forensic engineering Highway engineering, roadways, sight distance Concrete and Asphalt Pavements Highway / Street lighting Traffic engineering, signals, signs, striping Traffic noise studies Accidents – automobile, train, motorcycle, pedestrian Traffic accident testimony involving city / County / State DOTS Hydraulics, hydrology, drainage, flooding Sanitary engineering, sewers, overflows Water treatment, distribution, pumping Water disinfection byproducts (DBPs) Wastewater treatment plants, lift stations Soil expansion, contraction, settlement Foundation failure, structural damage Plumbing, leaks, water intrusion Airports, FAA standards, runways, taxi ways, ramps Bridges, buildings, corrosion, concrete cracking Construction defects, fraud, accidents, delays, estimates
Dr. Kevin A. Rider, PhD, PE, CPE of Forensic Human Factors, LLC., providing investigations and expert testimony regarding predictable human behavior, particularly as it relates to motor vehicle and pedestrian collisions, premises liability, and slips, trips and falls, the design and use of products, and adequacy of warnings/instructions. His work focuses on identifying the Human Factors Elements that lead to unfortunate incidents, and what should have been done to prevent them. Dr. Rider is a Licensed Professional Engineer and Certified Professional Ergonomist, and has studied human movements and behavior, and served as a human factors consultant since 1999, including five years teaching industrial engineering and occupational safety courses at West Virginia University. He has presented at professional conferences, both nationally and abroad, and his research is published and cited in a number of peer-reviewed journals. He continues to serve as a reviewer for conference and journal manuscripts. Dr. Rider has testified over 100 times, and excels at educating attorneys and jurors. His services are available to attorneys for both Plaintiff and Defense. Areas of Expertise: