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Can A Meteorologist Come to Me?

Contributed by Kim Cuozzo, Marketing Associate, Forensic Weather Marketing Team

Clients often want to know if one of our meteorologists can come to their office location for a deposition, consultation, or other services. Our expert witnesses are certainly available to travel to your area, and they have worked on cases and projects all over the country. Video depositions with our meteorologists are also possible, if you don’t need them to be physically at your office. And if you prefer talking over the phone about a case, we provide phone consultations where you can discuss the case details with our experts. Phone consultations are one of our most widely used services and are very popular with attorneys and engineers. You can utilize this service either prior to or after having a written report created for your case or claim. We also perform site visits, where a meteorologist will visit the site of loss. We like to work with our clients to find the solution that best suits them. Whether that’s an in-person meeting or something more remote, we can handle it for you!