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‘Forensic Engineering’ Firm Opens Milford Office

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TAMPA, Fla. — Armstrong Forensic Engineers, a company that offers engineers to analyze engineering failures, announced the expansion of its operations in the Midwest by opening a new office in Milford.

Anchoring this office are director of biomechanics Brian Weaver and senior consultant Steven A. Rundell. Weaver is a graduate of Michigan State University with a bachelor’s degree in biomechanics and a master of science in engineering mechanics. Rundell holds a doctorate in biomedical engineering from Drexel University and a master of science in engineering mechanics from Michigan State University.

Together, they have extensive experience in the forensic investigation of accidents and human injuries involving products, vehicles, workplaces, and other causes of accidents.

Armstrong’s new office is at 1042 Milford Road, Suite 208, Milford.

“With strategically located offices in Tampa, Chicago, Austin, and now Detroit we can readily offer rapid response service to our clients across the entire United States,” said Armstrong vice president Daniel Melcher.

Armstrong Forensic Engineers is a national forensic services firm providing technical consulting to legal, insurance, and corporate clients. The company’s professional engineers are skilled in many disciplines, offering reconstruction, scientific analysis, and expert testimony of traffic accidents and all types of mechanical, biomechanical, civil, and electrical engineering failures.

More at www.armstrongforensic.com.

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