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Fire Investigator Directory

is a FREE professional directory

of Fire Investigator's Credentials

for the

Legal and Insurance Industries

Fire Investigator Directory

Fire Investigator Directory is a United States and Canadian directory that showcases the CV credentials, photographic portfolios, and testimonials of highly accredited local expert witnesses, consultants, private investigators and laboratories within the field of fire and explosion causation.  Highly trained and experienced fire investigators and laboratories provide specialized root cause analysis, investigations, consultations, and court testimony of complex structure fires, vehicle fires and forest fires.  Fire investigators assist the legal and insurance industry by specializing in the science of fire and explosion causation.  Fire Investigator Directory also provides articles, and information on important vehicle recalls and consumer product recalls which have a higher than normal risk of causing a fire.  There is no charge for anyone to use this site or view these expert’s credentials.  Search by US State or Canadian Province to locate an expert within the field of fire investigation.

RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE FIRE INVESTIGATOR DIRECTORY  (Temporarily Under Maintenance)

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John Smith
Fire Investigator, Inc.
25 years experience

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John Smith
Fire Investigator, Inc.
25 years experience

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John Smith
Fire Investigator, Inc.
25 years experience

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John Smith
Fire Investigator, Inc.
25 years experience

nfpa-logo small pngThe National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) sets the bar for the scientific investigation of fires and explosions in North America.  The NFPA 921 (2014 Edition) Guide for Fire and Explosion Investigations purpose is to establish guidelines and recommendation for the safe and systematic investigation or analysis of fire and explosion incidents.  It is the foremost guide for rendering accurate opinions as to incident origin, responsibility, cause and prevention of fires and explosions.  This guide uses the Scientific Method as its basis for thorough analysis, and covers topics from basic methodology to evidence collection and failure analysis.  Topics also include analysis of high-rise fires, industrial plant explosions, outdoor fires and motor vehicle fires.  Fire Investigators listed on our directory rely heavily on the wealth of information provided by NFPA and their 921 guide along with many years of field experience and formalized education.

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