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Ruben A. Gomez, PE
In spite of the perceptions and misconceptions of the misinformed detractors of forensic engineering who see the practice as a group of opportunists who are merely trying to take advantage of other engineers’ misfortunes. While it is true that there have been some engineers, perhaps with reasons of their own, who willingly have testified in court against some of their colleagues, that is not to say that they are forensic engineers, nor that such activity is what the specialty of forensic engineering is about. Consequently, we invite those detractors to read each and all of the five parts of this series to realize how wrong they are in their poor assessment of the facts.
This course includes a multiple-choice quiz at the end, which is designed to enhance the understanding of the course materials.
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