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Feature Sponsor Casualty Adjuster's Guide Louisiana & Mississippi System Engineering And Laboratories (SEAL) was founded by president and CEO Frank Johnson in 1981 after 21 years of service including the High Energy Laser Research division of the U.S. Air Force. During 1984, the office moved to our current laboratory location in Tyler, Texas. While our consulting focus has always remained in the areas of engineering, failure analysis, and safety, we expanded our market, in 1998, to include product-testing services. As we had hoped, by extending our services into product testing, our services in one industry became very complimentary to the others. Our insurance and legal clients receive the added value of consultants and experts that are involved in industry work, not just litigation. Likewise, our manufacturing clients receive the value of a product-testing firm with special insight into failure analysis and safety. By 1991, we saw an increase in the need for fire investigations; therefore, Fire Cause Investigations (FCI) was born. FCI is a division of SEAL that provides fire origin and cause investigation services throughout the United States. Certainly, as time goes by and changes occur in the litigation process, we see testing becoming more important (i.e. Daubert). We are committed to improving and bringing more value to our consulting and product testing services. We express our sincerest thanks to our friends and customers for their continued patronage, 30 plus years and counting! Our services include Forensic Engineering Consulting, Fire/Explosion Investigation, Safety, Expert Witness Services, Full-Scale Independent Laboratory, On-Site Examinations, Testing, Product Research, Product Certification Testing, Product Listing to ASTM, OSHA, and ANSI Requirements, Instrumentation and Data Collection, Nondestructive Testing, Metallurgy, Scanning Electron Microscopy, Forensic Photography, and Aerial Photography. All of our engineers are registered; they have a minimum of a Bachelor's of Science degree, related industry experience, and additional education within their fields of specialization. SPONSOR:System Engineering And Laboratories

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