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Accident? Did something explode? Let the evidence tell the story. Contact Applied Technical Services.
Applied Technical Services performs explosion investigations for any electrical / chemical / structural fires. All investigations are based utilizing standards from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), American Society for Testing Materials (ASTM), Underwriters Laboratories (UL), and National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) codes.
Our Explosion Investigation experts specialize in fire origin & cause investigations, explosion investigations, litigation support and expert witness testimony. Based in but not restricted to the Atlanta area, we provide services to insurance companies, attorneys, manufacturers, and subrogation units. We are an independent inspection and investigation group.
INVESTIGATIONS SERVICES INCLUDE:
Coordination with Attorneys, Consultants, Independent Adjusters and Manufacturers.
For close to 50 years, ATS investigators and inspectors have assisted in large and small property subrogation with expert representation and testimony. Our results and testimonies are based upon facts, not based on opinions from experts. ATS highly qualified engineers conduct in-depth causation analysis with quantified results and supporting conclusions that withstand trial defamation and scrutiny.
ATS experience encompass, but we are not limited to:
If you are a manufacturer, a law firm, an adjuster or even a company investigator and have a product liability litigation case or an accident victim’s case that deals with a vehicle, a building structure, a boiler, an HVAC system, a water tank, stove or any other item in need of an explosion investigator, Applied Technical Services is here to help you. We are an independent investigation group.