Vol. 5
Why did it fail?     

Do you have a case where a loss, injury or death was caused by something bending or breaking? Finite element analysis (FEA) can help explain why the product failed, which can often identify the responsible party.



Was the product design deficient? Was the subject part defectively manufactured? Or was the product abused by the end user? Being able to answer these questions with engineering certainty may be the difference between winning and losing your case.

The FEA results can be presented as color images and animations. As discussed in previous issues of Courtroom FEA, this makes the analysis conclusions more understandable for the jury. An accurate FEA can also be powerful leverage in reaching an advantageous settlement with your opposition.

Given the advantages of a carefully applied analysis, it is worth your time to consider how an experienced FEA expert can help you win your client's case.

FEA can help explain why the
product failed, which can often
identify the responsible party.




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