Each Curriculum Vitae is available in PDF format for viewing and printing by clicking on the CV icon below each staff member's bio .

Patrick L. Murphy, CFEI
Forensic Analyst
pmurphy@forensicsg.com


Pat is a certified investigator and instructor responsible for the technical investigation of fires and explosions. Investigation activities encompass not only scene exam with respect to cause, origin and circumstances of fires and explosions but additionally into areas of safety and code violations.  This activity is also in the field of product liability when applied.  Experience enables the expert testimony in state and federal judicial systems in the United States .


 

John D. Schwarz, P.E.
Structural / Civil Engineer, Forensic Analyst

jschwarz@forensicsg.com

John is a Structural Engineer providing technical investigations into the cause of property related losses. He specializes in applying codes and standards pertaining to incidents that resulted in losses of life and property.



Scott E. McDowell, IAAI-CFI, CFEI, CVFI
Forensic Analyst

smcdowell@forensicsg.com

Mr. McDowell has several hundred hours of classroom fire investigation training extending over his nearly 17 years of experience in the fire service. He has investigated and/or supervised several fire and explosion incidents for the City of Goshen and in Elkhart County. These investigations have involved product liability/subrogation issues, multimillion dollar losses and those with fatalities and serious bodily injury.


Jordan Saunders
Forensic Analyst

jsaunders@forensicsg.com

Certified investigator responsible for the technical investigation of fires and explosions. Investigation activities include not only the scene examination with respect to the origin, cause and circumstances of fire and explosions, but additionally into areas of code and safety violations. This activity is also in the field of product liability, when applied.



Gregory J. Stormzand
Forensic Analyst

gstormzand@forensicsg.com

Certified investigator responsible for the technical investigation of fires and explosions. Investigation activities include not only the scene exam with respect to the origin, cause, and circumstances of fires and explosions, but additionally into areas of code and safety violations. This activity is also in the area of product liability, when applicable.


Edward A. Murphy, IAAI-FIT
Fire Investigation Technician

emurphy@forensicsg.com










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