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Rich Arlington & Associates
Lake City, Pennsylvania
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Contact:  Richard Arlington, III, CSP, CLP
www.richarlington.com
814-490-4700 Or Toll Free 814-866-8952
rich@richarlington.com

Lake City, Pennsylvania

Contact:  Richard Arlington, III, CSP, CLP
www.richarlington.com
814-490-4700 Or Toll Free 814-866-8952
rich@richarlington.com

Richard D. Arlington III CV

Education: Certified Snow Professional, Snow & Ice Management Association; Certified Landscape Professional, Professional Landcare Association
Years in Practice: 30+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 25+
Rich Arlington is a Certified Snow Professional (CSP) and Landscape Industry Certified Manager (LICM). There are less than 250 CSPs in the United States. Rich possesses over 25 years of experience providing landscape and snow and ice maintenance services; he is still actively involved in snow and landscape operations. For over three decades he has owned and operated a viable Landscape Snow and Ice Management Company. For over two decades he is the National Director and CFO for a National Exterior Services Company with operations in multiple states dealing with snow and ice issues. Examples of snow & ice management cases: Salt usage for ice control Site plan to establish best snow storage areas Data provided to establish possible liability for accidents Contractor safety and training procedures as compared to industry standards Contractor practices and methods as compared to industry standards Was the contract proper for the snow and ice industry Weather patterns to establish correct ice control methods The site snow response plan to establish procedures requested were followed If a scope of work is written for this case, does it give proper directions to the contractor Were financial constraints established that limited the proper procedures for snow and ice management
Information:  
Ice Safety and Rescue,  Landscaping,  Premises Liability,  Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow and Ice Management ,  Snow or Ice Slip, Trip, and Fall,  Snow Science, 


Richard D. Arlington III CV

Education: Certified Snow Professional, Snow & Ice Management Association; Certified Landscape Professional, Professional Landcare Association
Years in Practice: 30+
Number of Times Deposed/Testified in Last 4 Yrs: 25+
Rich Arlington is a Certified Snow Professional (CSP) and Landscape Industry Certified Manager (LICM). There are less than 250 CSPs in the United States. Rich possesses over 25 years of experience providing landscape and snow and ice maintenance services; he is still actively involved in snow and landscape operations. For over three decades he has owned and operated a viable Landscape Snow and Ice Management Company. For over two decades he is the National Director and CFO for a National Exterior Services Company with operations in multiple states dealing with snow and ice issues. Examples of snow & ice management cases: Salt usage for ice control Site plan to establish best snow storage areas Data provided to establish possible liability for accidents Contractor safety and training procedures as compared to industry standards Contractor practices and methods as compared to industry standards Was the contract proper for the snow and ice industry Weather patterns to establish correct ice control methods The site snow response plan to establish procedures requested were followed If a scope of work is written for this case, does it give proper directions to the contractor Were financial constraints established that limited the proper procedures for snow and ice management

Advantage Forensics
Toronto, Canada
367 Rimrock Road Unit 2, M6B 3R7


Contact:  Jason Young
https://aforensics.ca/
416-630-0700 Or Toll Free
Jyoung@aforensics.ca
367 Rimrock Road Unit 2
Toronto, Canada M6B 3R7

Contact:  Jason Young
https://aforensics.ca/
416-630-0700
Jyoung@aforensics.ca

Jason Young's CV


Jason Young, B.E.Sc., M.A.Sc., P.Eng., President The President and founding partner of Advantage Forensics® Inc., Jason Young, P.Eng., is a recognized top forensic expert in Canada, featured in the media and on expert panels for his vast knowledge in Collision Reconstruction and Human Factors.

Jason is known among insurers and lawyers for his attention to detail, sharp analytic skills, highly effective reports, honest approach, and extensive trial experience. Jason has investigated over 2000 claims for insurers, lawyers, municipalities and the Provincial government over the past 18 years, including landmark successes for clients at trial in many high profile criminal and tort cases.

Jason heads up our Collision Reconstruction team and Human Factors team, and has been at the leading edge of Human Factors forensic research in nighttime visibility, water park friction testing and staircase gait.

Jason has a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Jason lectures regularly to the insurance and legal industries across North America and has personally trained over 40 experts in collision reconstruction and personal injury investigation. When not solving forensic cases, Jason enjoys hiking, canoeing, golf, and skiing with his family.
Information:  
Biomechanics,  Biomedical Engineering,  Collision Reconstruction ,  Forensic,  Human Factors,  Mechanical Engineering,  Product Warnings,  Snow and Ice Management ,  Sports Accidents,  Water Parks, 


Jason Young's CV


Jason Young, B.E.Sc., M.A.Sc., P.Eng., President The President and founding partner of Advantage Forensics® Inc., Jason Young, P.Eng., is a recognized top forensic expert in Canada, featured in the media and on expert panels for his vast knowledge in Collision Reconstruction and Human Factors.

Jason is known among insurers and lawyers for his attention to detail, sharp analytic skills, highly effective reports, honest approach, and extensive trial experience. Jason has investigated over 2000 claims for insurers, lawyers, municipalities and the Provincial government over the past 18 years, including landmark successes for clients at trial in many high profile criminal and tort cases.

Jason heads up our Collision Reconstruction team and Human Factors team, and has been at the leading edge of Human Factors forensic research in nighttime visibility, water park friction testing and staircase gait.

Jason has a Master’s Degree in Biomedical Engineering and a Bachelor’s Degree in Mechanical Engineering. Jason lectures regularly to the insurance and legal industries across North America and has personally trained over 40 experts in collision reconstruction and personal injury investigation. When not solving forensic cases, Jason enjoys hiking, canoeing, golf, and skiing with his family.