JurisPro Expert Witness Directory

Construction Expert - Allen W. Griffin, GMB, CGR, CAPS, CGP

JurisPro Expert Witness Directory. Where attorneys look to find experts. Allen is a trusted resource for your, Insurance Claims – Construction Defects – Construction Contracts and Project claims. A Construction Expert Witness with Real-world, Hands-on construction experience and 30 years of Construction Business Operations.

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Background of a Construction Expert Witness


Expert witnesses in construction can advise in a wide range of cases involving construction defects, maintenance and management, and construction testing. Construction professionals can provide reports on construction mediation, scheduling, cost estimates, and standards of care.

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Building Models

Residential Construction Expert - Building Model

Utilizing one of our companies, Viewpoint Designs, we are able to create and produce clear building models for your case. Visual aids are always important when conveying the information of a case to the other side for negotiations or ultimately when you need to be in front of a jury.

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Effective Direct Examination of Expert Witnesses

Texas Construction expert witness

Ideally, the case theory should intertwine with all aspects of the trial. The direct examination may begin with more scientific, complex ideas, but once the expert thoroughly explains and breaks down his opinions, the testimony should ultimately mirror the attorney’s case theory as told in an opening statement or summation.

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Construction Expert Witness: A Litigation Guide


A construction expert has extensive knowledge and expertise of the construction industry. Their testimony helps to inform the trier of fact on issues related to construction law such as building delays, codes and compliance, construction costs, and construction defects.

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Texas Roofing Regulation Bill Fails Again

Insurance claims - Hail & Storm Damage

The legislation would have required roofing contractors to register with the state by providing their name, address and a $250 registration fee. Roofers would also need to pay a renewal fee not exceeding $100.

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