Electrical Expert Witness Services | Expert Witness Service UK
LRM Electrical Expert Witness Mission Statement
The mission of LRM Electrics is to deliver electrical expert witness service that meets the requirements of CPR Part 35 and as such the need of the customer.
Our electrical engineer expert witness are qualified to give their opinions, on matters involving the regulatory and statutory requirements for electrical installations.
We at LRM Electrics are electrical engineering experts who have been delivering electrical services for more than three decades.
Our electrical engineering services includes the provision of expert witness engineers skilled in providing electrical engineer Expert Witness Report that are fully compliant with CPR 35.
We are constantly producing electrical engineering expert witness reports for Barristers, Litigators, Arbitrators, and Lawyers.
As electrical engineer experts we are careful to express in layman’s language issues relating to the regulatory and statutory requirements for the distribution, consumption usage, charge, safety, and storage of electricity within and surrounding buildings.
When taking instructions as the appointed electrical expert witness, we respectfully request clear and precise instructions with all necessary supporting documents from the claimants and/or respondent’s advocate.
As Litigation expert witnesses we prefer to take instructions from Lawyers, Barristers, and Litigators in the preparation of the case which includes writing an Electrical Expert Witness Statement.
If you are a member of the public and do not have a lawyer, we will be very happy to recommend one.
Why You Should Hire Us as Your Expert Witness Engineers
LRM Electrics is a highly reputable and experienced company that specializes in providing expert witness services to legal professionals.
Here are some reasons why LRM Electrics is the ideal company to work with when you need an electrical expert witness:
What You Should Expect from Our Reports
We request clear and precise instructions, with necessary supporting document.
We assist the lawyer in the preparation of the case which includes doing an Electrical Expert Report. If the case goes to court, we assist the court.
That one party is paying the expert fee, does not mean that the expert needs to give a favourable opinion, to that party or even an unfavourable one.
The requirement is simply that the expert demonstrates the independence of mind and the strength of character to give an unbiased opinion.
There is no conflict between the duty owed by an expert to his client and his overriding duty to the court.
His duty to the client is to perform his function as an expert with the reasonable skill and care of an expert drawn from the relevant discipline
This includes a duty to perform the overriding duty of assisting the court. Thus, the discharge of the duty to the court cannot be a breach of duty to the client.
If the expert gives an independent and unbiased opinion which is within the range of reasonable expert opinions, he will discharge his duty both to the court and to his client.
If, however, he gives an independent unbiased opinion, which is outside the range of reasonable expert opinions, he will not be in breach of his duty to the court, because he would have provided independent and unbiased assistance to the court, but it will be in breach of the duty owed to his client.
Guidance 1.1 Experts must provide opinions that are independent regardless of the pressure of litigation.
A useful test of independence is that the expert would express the same opinion if given the same instructions by another party client.