Why Choose Forensic Resources (FRL)?
Forensic Resources (FRL) allocates one case manager per case so that attention to detail is paramount and a single point of contact provides continuity throughout the duration of the working relationship.
Every expert witness report is personally appraised by the case manager to ensure all of the required criteria have been met and the standard of excellence we have achieved remains so.
Forensic Resources Ltd (FRL) delivers a professional service, and manages the casework to ensure that the experts' opinions are delivered against the stringent requirements of a legal team's requests.
We pride ourselves in providing a fast and efficient service to our clients. Our turnaround times are quick and our level of communication is high, to ensure that a prompt and efficient service is maintained. Our experts are all extensively experienced within their fields and all testing laboratories used meet their accreditation standards for testing, and those that are not already are working towards ISO17025.
Given that the majority of our work comes from defence solicitors our general case flow is mostly focused on Blood Alcohol Content calculations (BAC/Back Calculations), DNA profiling, Handwriting analysis and Toxicology drug testing. However, we also provide services to firms outside of the legal domain.
To support the growing problem of fraud within the insurance industry Forensic Resources Ltd (FRL) provides insurance brokers and/or loss adjusters with a forensic expert document analysis and forensic handwriting analysis service to help identify fraudulent claims. Handwriting analysis is also used in any case whereby a signature may have be forged - opening our services to the wider market.
A confidential and impartial forensic analysis service has been a significant reason why Forensic Resources now provides forensic analysis services for private investigators across the UK. Our ability to provide accurate results within a short period of time has built up a strong reputation within the forensics industry.
As one of the country's leading Blood Alcohol ContentAnalysis providers, Forensic Resources works with a wide range of private sector clients to provide blood alcohol testing to assure health and safety regulations are met. Popular within the transport industry, Forensic Resources provides drug and alcohol testing services either as part of an ongoing surveillance of employees, one off random test or incident related testing.
Our experienced forensic analysts also offer analysis to the consumables industry to help reduce sabotage and fraudulent activity within the food and drink industry across the UK. We have been contracted to work on a number of cases where ‘malicious intent' could have cost a company millions of pounds in legal and production costs.
We do undertake work in many other disciplines including:
- Accountancy Investigation and Forensic Accountancy Analysis
- Audio Forensic Analysis and Audio Enhancement Services
- Archaeology Forensic Services
- Arson Expert Witness and Forensic Analysis
- Bite Mark Analysis Services (Odontology)
- Blood Alcohol Testing Services
- Bloodstain Pattern Analysis Services
- Body Fluid Analysis
- Botany Forensic Testing
- Computer Data Retrieval and Computer Analysis
- DNA Testing and DNA Analysis
- Drug Testing Services
- Expert Witness Services
- Fibre Analysis Service
- Fingerprint Analysis Service
- Firearm Analysis and Forensic Gun Expert Witness Service
- Food and Consumables Forensic Testing and Analysis
- Fraud Forensic Investigation Service
- Glass Forensic Analysis service
- Gun Shot Residue (GSR) Analysis Service
- Hair Analysis Service
- Handwriting Analysis Services
- Insurance Document Analysis
- Insect Forensic Analysis (Entomology Service)
- Injury Analysis Services
- Mobile Phone Analysis (Cell Site Analysis Service)
- Paint Forensic Analysis
- Poison Analysis Service
- Paternity Testing Service
- Toxicology Services
- Tool Mark Analysis and Tool Mark Comparison Service
- Trace Analysis Service
- Urine Analysis and Urine Testing
- Vehicle Accident Analysis and Road Traffic Investigation Service
- Video (CCTV) Analysis and Digital Technology Analysis Service
- Media Advice
Forensics in the Media
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