Congratulations to the Candle Lab Technicians for a record-breaking 20,683 candles tested in October! Learn more about S-E-A Candle Safety and Testing here.
Join our free webinar, "Product Defects and Technology-Driven Investigations", Tuesday, November 13, 1:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m. EST. Click here to register.
Hosted by DRI, S-E-A Mechanical Engineers Jason Mattice and Thomas Maull will discuss the types of matters, the investigative methods employed, and the technology utilized by forensic mechanical engineers during product liability investigations. Specific case examples and practical applications will also be provided.
Learn move about the S-E-A Mechanical Engineering Practice here.
Join our free webinar, "Civil Engineering Forensic Subdisciplines: Case Studies and Technology Applications", Wednesday, November 7, 1:00 p.m. - 1:50 p.m. EST. Click here to register.
Hosted by DRI, S-E-A Civil Engineer Paul McCullough's exciting webinar will dive into the cutting edge world of civil engineering forensic subdisciplines. Paul will review the forensic subdisciplines and discuss specific case studies and opportunities for integrating technology when evaluating causation theories, damages, apportionment of liability and reporting findings. Do not miss the opportunity to learn from S-E-A experts in forensic engineering.
Learn more about the S-E-A Civil Engineering Practice here.
Welcome to our largest class of new hires in our 48 year history! We're growing and training in every market. The future is now - want to join us? Check out our open positions here.
Join our free webinar, "How to Use Technology and Animations to Visualize Your Case", Thursday, October 11, 1:00 p.m. - 1:45 p.m. EST. With the growing need for juries to "visualize" a case, there is no better time to learn about the latest and greatest technology.
Hosted by DRI and S-E-A animator, Olivia Barney, the presentation will go over the uses of different types of visuals and technology in today's litigation landscape. Visualizations can take the form of 3-D animations, illustrations, and stitched together laser scan data, to name a few. Virtual reality technology will also be covered along with the benefits that come from using it with animation. Click here to register online.
Learn more about the S-E-A Imaging Sciences/Animation Practice here.
We are excited to be hosting an interactive trucking seminar on Thursday, October 11th at our Chicago office. Those in attendance will have the chance to explore the inner workings of a truck and see how it functions! Our mechanical engineers and visualization professionals will create hypothetical accident situations involving skids, sudden stops and simulated collisions. S-E-A investigators will then demonstrate the process of documenting a scene and the S-E-A technology used to analyze and assist in trucking claims.
Review our Trucking & Heavy Equipment Brochure to learn more about how we can help.
WHEN: Thursday, October 11, 2018
WHERE: S-E-A, 1800 Howard St., Unit A, Elk Grove Village, IL 60007
SCHEDULE: 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
Registration and Light Breakfast
The Current State of Trucking and the Need for Accident Reconstruction
Anatomy of a Truck — A Hands on Inspection
Traffic Signal Analysis — Who Had the Green Light?
Vehicle Accident Reconstruction — Principles and Process
Technology, Event Data Recording Systems (EDR’s) and 3D Laser Scanners — Site Documentation
Biomechanics and Biomechanical Engineering — Impact Analysis
RESERVATIONS: by Friday, Sept. 28, 2018
Thank you to the members and clients from The Gavel – Your Claims Defense Network, for coming to S-E-A’s corporate office in Columbus on July 27 for the trucking seminar! We hosted 24 attorneys, representing 23 states, along with their six industry clients. Attendees spent time in the classroom learning about the current state of the trucking industry and “The Anatomy of a Trucking Accident”, then went outside (into a beautiful day) for some hands-on experience. Our guests participated in a mock truck accident inspection, climbed in and around a tractor trailer, experienced driving a simulator and rode in the cab of the actual truck to better understand what the driver experiences.
A very special thank you to NFI Industries for providing the tractor and trailer, as well as the driving simulator. Also, a big thank you to the six S-E-A mechanical engineers who came in from our branch offices to join the Columbus mechanical engineers in the demonstrations throughout the day!
We’re excited to be hosting The Gavel, a national claims defense network, at our corporate headquarters for an interactive trucking seminar on Friday, July 27th. Attorneys and industry professionals will have the chance to climb aboard a tractor-trailer and explore its inner workings. Our mechanical engineers and visualization experts will recreate accident situations involving skids, sudden stops and simulated collisions. S-E-A investigators will then demonstrate the process of documenting a scene and the S-E-A technology used to analyze and assist in trucking claims.
To learn more about how we can help your case, please review our Trucking & Heavy Equipment Brochure.
As part of their 2018 Annual Meeting, the Columbus Chamber of Commerce featured S-E-A with a video comprised of employee interviews to compare the upward growth and trajectory of the City of Columbus to that of S-E-A. We are proud to be headquartered in such a diverse and vibrant city!