Expert Witness

Mason Clark Associates, provide highly experienced professional expert witnesses in a broad range of areas of engineering, property and construction issues.   We provide assistance to solicitors and instructing parties, with clear concise reports on such matters as engineering design, building defects, workmanship, dilapidation  issues and other forms of construction disputes.

With a single point of contact, of experienced Chartered Surveyors and Engineers we will meet your requirements for professional opinion reports and or expert reports for Court Hearings.  We deliver a prompt response to urgent requirements, followed by detailed reports, produced in a format suitable for all parties to understand and form the basis of a settlement or presentation to the court. 

For expert witness work, we have a clear understanding of the litigation process and aware of the legislation, regulations and guidance applicable to the appointment.  We have experienced surveyors and engineers, giving evidence at hearings in accordance with the Practice Direction to Rule 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules, the Protocol for the instruction of experts in giving evidence in civil claims.  We work effectively with the legal teams instructed in the case, assisting and supporting in pre action protocol, case management conferences, written questions, expert meetings/discussions and settlements as required.

Mason Clark Associates follow the RICS Practice Statement and Guidance Note: Surveyors acting as expert witnesses and have staff Registered on the RICS Expert Witness Registration Scheme to demonstrate our level of expertise in surveying and engineering areas of property and construction.  We are experienced in all areas of property and construction disputes.

We are always willing to give an initial free assessment of the case main points so please feel free to give us a call.

Projects

Len Hutton Drive

Len Hutton Drive

We were appointed to act for the developer to provide an expert opinion on whether the driveway dimensions to three newly built properties were adequate following a change in the plans which meant moving the building line forward a couple of metres. Learn more.

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