An investigation into the cause of a fire or explosion is a thorough scientific analysis of the damage and the elements that remain after a fire, in order to establish its origin and cause. It is very important to entrust this stage of your case to an experienced team.
The experts at Origin all have advanced training and extensive experience in the field of fire investigation. Our team is always prepared to carry out the investigations entrusted to them.
You are guaranteed to work with an expert who will treat your case with the utmost professionalism. Our experts assist you in managing your case, from the first steps to testimony in court as a recognized expert in the field of fire damage investigation.
WHAT TYPES OF FIRE EXPERTISE CASES DO YOU INVESTIGATE?
Our team of experts has conducted investigations of fires and explosions occurring in different types of buildings, including:
- industrial locations
- institutional locations
- farm buildings
In addition, Engineers and Chemists from Origin have investigated fires caused by failure of electrical or mechanical components, chemical reactions in industrial environments and accidental or intentional acts by people.
WHY ARE LABORATORY ANALYSIS OR TESTS CONDUCTED?
The analysis can be used to support the assumptions made during the examination of the site, which will corroborate the position in the case. In this way, it is sometimes possible to reconstruct and confirm a fire ignition scenario.
This can entail studying and analyzing certain phenomena by reproducing the conditions that existed when the fire or explosion occurred.
The analysis can be used to validate the assumptions made during the examination of the site, which will confirm the position in the case. In this way, it is sometimes possible to reconstruct and confirm a fire ignition scenario.
In some cases, it is necessary to take equipment or samples from the site of a fire to carry out a detailed analysis in a controlled environment, where the use of laboratory instruments can more accurately reveal the cause of the fire.