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Founded in the 1960s by Geoffrey Hunt with an initial focus on mechanical and electrical engineering and personal injury claims, Geoffrey Hunt & Partners LLP has steadily expanded its areas of work. We now offer expertise in all manner of technical investigations including fire origin and cause investigation, explosion investigation, mechanical engineering and materials failures, electrical and electronic engineering faults and failures including electric shock and electrocution, transport claims, road traffic accident investigations, personal injury claims, fire protection engineering and associated building defects.
All of our investigators have a formal graduate level qualification with a number holding additional post-graduate qualifications and professional certifications. Disciplines include mechanical engineering, materials science, manufacturing, electrical and electronic engineering, fire engineering, building engineering, forensic science and engineering, and chemistry.
We investigate everything from small domestic losses to large multi-million pound commercial claims. We are particularly experienced in large losses, contractors’ liability and product liability, and have acquired specialist expertise in fire claims originating from 'white goods'.
Fire and explosion investigation; personal injury cases involving the safe use and control of chemicals in the workplace.
After 5 years with the Home Office Forensic Science Service, Cliff joined Geoffrey Hunt & Partners in 1990. Since then, Cliff has been involved in many of the most high profile fire investigations in the UK. He has given evidence in the Civil, Criminal and Coroners' Courts and at a Public Inquiry.
Investigation of materials and mechanical failures; failures of fire protection systems; investigation of fires and explosions; personal injury; road traffic accident reconstruction.
Jan began his career in 1985 at British Aerospace, completing his Graduate Apprenticeship in 1990. For the next 7 years he was a research associate at Imperial College in London. Jan joined Geoffrey Hunt & Partners in 1997.
Fire and explosion investigation; chemical incidents. After qualifying, Steve spent 4 years in chemical research and 7 years with another forensic consultancy before joining Geoffrey Hunt & Partners in 2003.
Ken is a Chartered Electrical Engineer. He joined Geoffrey Hunt & Partners in 2012, having served for 22 years as an Engineering Officer in the Royal Navy, retiring with the rank of Lieutenant Commander.
Ken specialises in fire investigation and electrical engineering with an emphasis on electrical faults and failures.
Electrical faults and failures; electric shock and electrocution; fires, explosions and explosives investigations. Graham joined Geoffrey Hunt & Partners in 2020 after a career in the Royal Navy as an Engineer Officer. His prior experience includes electrical, electronic, maritime and explosives investigations.