A flooring defect can lead to a number of problems in the workplace, from creating an unsafe environment to costing the business owner lots of money to remedy or repair the problem. One of the more risky situations involves slip and fall accidents for foot traffic at the workplace. Alaska business owners and building managers may need to use the services of an Alaska flooring defect expert witness if they ever find themselves in a lawsuit where a flooring defect is at the heart of the problem.
Alaska business owners are responsible for keeping employees and customers safe from slip and fall accidents, but if the flooring material is defective or there was improper installation, it can mean big troubled for all. If the accident and injury prompts the victim to launch a liability lawsuit, then both sides can benefit from an Alaska flooring defects expert witness.
In a court case involving flooring defects, it’s important to have an expert witness that has plenty of experience in the flooring industry, and specialized knowledge of each type of flooring material, from tile and stone to carpet, laminate and resilient and beyond. Understanding about flooring defects, including how it affects foot traffic, facility safety and the appearance of the flooring., They should also be able to take massive amounts of technical information about flooring defects and explain it in ways that all those present should be able to understand.
Rob McNealy is the founder of Flooristics and has been used as an expert witness in cases across the country. With years of experience as a flooring contractor and certified floor inspector, Rob McNealy is always reliable and trustworthy.
Rob McNealy has experience in these areas:
- Slip, Trip, and Fall Expert Witness
- 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, Matting and Rugs
- Floor Cleaners, Polishes, and Coatings
- Sidewalks, Parking Lots, Ramps and Curbs
- OSHA “Walking and Working Surfaces”
- ANSI, ASTM, OSHA
Without an expert like Rob McNealy to speak for you or your company, business owners or insurance companies may not be able to present the most accurate results or to have an expert opinion on what exactly happened. Flooring defects are frustrating, but to get to a solution, consider an Alaska flooring defect expert witness like Rob McNealy.