Are you involved in a litigation case related to a highway work zone crash?
JMM provides expert witness services in temporary traffic control (highway work zones, maintenance of traffic (MOT)) and compliance or non-compliance with applicable national temporary traffic control (TTC) standards and guidelines (Manual on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (MUTCD)), State and local (city/county) and applicable permits. JMM’s Juan M. Morales, P.E. has developed dozens of courses on work zone safety for the American Traffic Safety Services Association (ATSSA), where he has served as Chief Instructor since 2005. He is a nationally recognized expert, having delivered work zone courses in over 40 different states. He has a unique knowledge of work zone (and temporary traffic control) standards, guidelines and recommended practices. During his tenure with the Institute of Transportation Engineers (ITE), Mr. Morales served as ITE’s liaison to the National Committee on Uniform Traffic Control Devices (NCUTCD). His comprehensive knowledge on work zone safety can assist you with the evaluation of your case.
JMM will evaluate the crash and prepare an impartial findings report suitable for depositions, interrogatories and trials.
Whether you are an individual, contractor, subcontractor, construction manager, traffic control supervisor or attorney, plaintiff or defendant, JMM can provide the insight necessary to ensure the success of your litigation strategy.
Areas included (but not limited to): Advance warning signs, tapers and transitions, buffer spaces, arrow boards, drop-offs, low shoulders, lane closures, uneven pavements, highway hazards, clear zones, installation and removal of traffic control devices, device maintenance and quality, moving operations, highway occupancy permits, pedestrian control, ADA accessibility requirements, traffic control plans, application of truck-mounted attenuators (TMA), Transportation Management Plans (TMP), flagger control, motorcycle safety in work zones, worker training requirements and others.
Please contact JMM at 407-674-7007 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a preliminary consultation