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Dr. Lester E. Hendrickson Ph.D

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Forensic Engineer

Local Address: Phoenix, Arizona, United States
Lester E. Hendrickson, PhD
 
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Lester E. Hendrickson ...
www.wildlandfirelitigation.com, 11 June 2011 [cached]
Lester E. Hendrickson Ph.D.
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Dr. Lester E. Hendrickson is a metallurgist and forensic Engineering Consultant with 35 years of experience as an expert witness. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at Michigan Technological University, and his Ph.d. in Metallurgical Engineering with a minor in Physics, from the University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana. His career as a professor of engineering at Arizona State University spanned 27 years. He retired in 1995 as Professor Emeritus. Dr. Hendrickson has assisted in numerous wildfire cause and origin investigations during the past 20 years, many of them for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, and has testified at trial or in deposition on numerous occasions. He specializes in material characterization and identification, and failure analysis of components of electrical distribution systems which may have caused or contributed to the cause of wildfires.
Dr. Les Hendrickson, ...
www.wildlandfirelitigation.com, 11 June 2011 [cached]
Dr. Les Hendrickson, Phd.
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DR. LES HENDRICKSON, Phd.
Dr. Lester E. Hendrickson is a metallurgist and forensic engineer with 35 years of experience as an expert witness. He earned his B.S. and M.S. degrees at Michigan Technological University, and his Phd. in Metallurgical Engineering with a minor in Physics, from the University of Illinois, Champaign/Urbana. His career as a professor of engineering at Arizona State University spanned 27 years. He retired in 1995 as Professor Emeritus. Dr. Hendrickson has assisted in numerous wildfire cause and origin investigations during the past 20 years, many of them for the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection, and has testified at trial or in deposition on numerous occasions. He specializes in material characterization and identification, and failure analysis of components of electrical distribution systems which may have caused or contributed to the cause of wildfires.
PE.com | Inland Southern California | Local News
www.pe.com, 24 Oct 2004 [cached]
The consultant, Lester E. Hendrickson, of Mesa, Ariz., declined to comment when reached by phone.
A staff person in his office said the case was opened in March.
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Hendrickson's most recent contract with the California Department of Forestry and Fire Protection started July 1, 2003, and is due to end June 30.Under the contract, the state has agreed to pay Hendrickson up to $98,000.
In return, Hendrickson is to "provide expert consultation and litigation support by reviewing and testing evidence, including electrical hardware of metals, providing necessary reports, evaluations, deposition, and trial testimony."
Chris Parker, CDF's deputy chief of law enforcement in Sacramento, said the department has been contracting with Hendrickson for at least the past seven years and that Hendrickson has proven to be a dependable expert.
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Hendrickson is currently involved in other CDF investigations in the state, Parker said.
AP Wire | 02/06/2004 | Bishop's Expert: Hit-And-Run Theory Sound
www.myrtlebeachonline.com, 6 Feb 2004 [cached]
A rock weighing 1 to 1 1/2 pounds and traveling at 35 mph could have made the same spider-web crack covering the passenger half of O'Brien's windshield, said engineering consultant Lester Hendrickson.
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But Hendrickson testified that O'Brien, 68, likely clipped Reed from the passenger's side.
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"If it were a direct hit, the force would be huge, ... the whole windshield would have been blown out," Hendrickson said.
bakersfield.com | Nation
www.bakersfield.com, 6 Feb 2004 [cached]
A rock weighing 1 to 1 1/2 pounds and traveling at 35 mph could have made the same spider-web crack covering the passenger half of O'Brien's windshield, said engineering consultant Lester Hendrickson.
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But Hendrickson testified that O'Brien, 68, likely clipped Reed from the passenger's side.
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"If it were a direct hit, the force would be huge, ... the whole windshield would have been blown out," Hendrickson said.
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