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Some engineers are not even aware that an entire industry exists called “forensic engineering” where they get to perform investigations, travel the world, run experiments, provide counsel to their clients, and reap significant financial rewards. There are companies out there with gross revenues in the hundreds of millions and all they do is forensic engineering. But how do you get started in building your forensic engineering practice?

Join Tim Christ, an international expert on forensic engineering, as he walks you through the basics of building a forensic engineering practice and provides practical takeaways that you can put into practice immediately. He’ll also touch on the business model, economics, and financials so that you can better understand if forensic engineering is something that you want to explore further.


  • Examine the market opportunity for forensic engineering
  • Identify the skill set and talent needs for forensic engineering
  • Explore the training and business model needs for forensic engineering

About the presenter: Tim Christ, Claimatic is an international expert on forensic engineering. He turned around two forensic engineering companies that were losing money and made them profitable again. He is the founder/retired CEO of LWG Consulting Mexico, a forensic engineering company he built from scratch into a multi-million dollar company and then sold to private equity. He was also responsible for building multiple forensic engineering business units, including a Canadian operation, A Cyber Response Team, and an International Energy/Complex Loss Group. He is the author of two books, one on forensic engineering and the other on business and technology. He has spoken at international conferences on the topic of forensic engineering and has managed over 2,000 forensic investigations, up to $1 billion dollars in loss.

Course Type

Online Class

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On Demand, Online, Self-Paced

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