Architectural Expert Witness
Attorneys who litigate construction defects cases and require the
services of an architect should use one with a comprehensive
knowledge of building codes, forensics, and architectural
This architect must be highly proficient at destructive testing,
case materials evaluation, report writing, and providing testimony.
Other requisite personality traits include confidence, strategic
mind set, and a team player.
The Solender Group Inc., architectural expert witness embodies
all of these qualities, as well as being a hands-on professional
with an active architectural practice. His practice provides the
support staff to create graphic exhibits and architectural
remediation documentation with their advanced system of CAD
(computer aided design).
Many attorneys have discovered that the skills
of our witness expert and his firm's talents resulting in his participation
in an array of complex construction defects cases. Over the past
eight years these cases have demanded the appropriate results on
numerous depositions, reports and court testimony. When asked what
he attributes his success as an expert witness to, our expert
stated, "because I constantly have projects under construction, I am
able to focus on the practical realities of each new case." This
perspective inevitably leads to a successfully achieved case
conclusion whether he functions as a plaintiff or defense expert