LITILI has a comprehensive network of qualified and credentialed engineering experts that are available

for litigation and consultation services across a variety of fields including biomechanics, aerospace, civil, chemical engineering, electrical engineering, mechanical engineering, product safety and more. Our expert witnesses are qualified to oversee a variety of cases. Whether your case needs an expert to help behind the scenes or to testify in court,

we can help find the right professional for you. 




Our aerospace consultants and expert witnesses have real world experience, including careers in the aircraft and spacecraft industries. If you have a case that revolves around aerospace engineering, then you need experts who have experience with the research, design, development, and testing of aerial crafts. Alongside knowing the process of development for a craft, aerospace experts must also possess knowledge of complicated technologies used in aeronautics. Because of the expertise required to testify and consult on such technical issues, we stress the importance of finding the right expert for your case.


Aerospace engineers ensure the quality standards and safety of aircraft and aerospace technology, alongside the design, development, and fabrication of such products. Aerospace engineers are also tasked with the oversight of safety and production of the job. LITILI understands the seriousness of their responsibility. We only partner with expert engineers who are credentialed and have a proven reputation within their field.



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Forensic engineering experts investigate materials, products, structures and components that are defective or damaged and result in personal injury or damage to property; they are often hired for product liability cases. A forensic engineer conducts investigations of defective engineering projects within: residential, civil, business or any other product & structure.


Expert forensic engineers can be utilized in many projects, so it is essential for your case’s success that the select the right engineering expert. At Litili, we are take your case’s requirements and match you with an expert who has expertise directly related to your needs.

Forensic Engineers Investigate:

  • Construction Defects

  • Fires, Explosions, and Conflagrations

  • Issues Concerning Air Quality

  • Plumbing and piping

  • Waterproofing 

  • Lead or asbestos found in the building

  • Roofing

  • Injuries resulting from structural failure

As well as any other possible problems found within a structure that can often lead to the risk of injuries and health related issues. Even cases involving tripping and falling can involve a forensic engineer if the cause of the fall was related to the project itself. 



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Forensic engineering expert witnesses are frequently called upon to contribute their expert opinion on litigation involving personal injuries. When pertinent, forensic engineering experts may be asked to asses the situation based on the injuries attained and the situation leading to the injury. Forensic engineers can help determine liability and whether or not the injury claim is justified.




In most cases when referring to structural engineering we are associating it with civil engineering and its application to the construction of structures and buildings. A structural engineer is responsible for the planning, design, and examination of a structure’s construction. This can include bridges, buildings, and even parking structures. Structural engineering can be quite complex, with most structural engineers having a multitude of responsibilities alongside construction, such as liability and safety issues.



  • Aerospace Engineering

  • Medical Devices

  • Product Safety

  • Structural Engineering

  • Transportation Construction

  • Chemical Engineering

  • Design Engineering

  • Geotechnical Engineering

  • Material Sciences

  • Mechanical Engineering

  • Electrical Grounding

  • Product Develpoment

  • Safety Engineering

  • Utility Engineering

  • Cyber Security

  • Electrical Engineering

  • Environmental Engineering

  • Ergonomics

  • Forensic Engineering

  • Geophysics and Geo-Fencing

  • Construction Engineering

Safety is often the most critical responsibility a structural engineer must consider. The construction of buildings utilizes different materials like steel, concrete, or wood – all of which can pose a threat to the public if not inspected and constructed properly. Our structural engineering experts understand this and have experience in earthquake prevention, code compliance, and all the necessary building codes that must to be implemented in each structure during all phases of development. Our structural engineers are able to assist cases that concern failure analysis as well as damage assessment.