Donald W. Zipse, P.E. is a nationally recognized technical and electrical forensic expert who provides:
Professional Support, including recommended Technical Interrogatories, Requests to Produce, and suggested Technical Deposition questions.
Comprehensive and authoritative Expert Reports with all supporting facts keyed to the evidence by page and line.
Experienced Expert Testimony which clarifies the meaning of technical evidence for juries.
Electrocutions and Electrical Injuries Donald W. Zipse is a testifying expert witness in the electrocutions and electrical accidents and personal injuries field. He is a Professional Engineer and long-term code-making member of the National Electric Safety Code (NESC) and the National Electrical Code (NEC). The NESC establishes safety standards for the transmission, distribution and grounding of electric utility power throughout the United States. The NEC sets the standards for residential, commercial and industrial electrical installations.
Stray Voltage/Stray Current - Humans, Dairy Cows and Pigs Mr. Zipse's vast experience with the harm from uncontrolled flow stray current (stray voltage) from the electrical distribution systems inflicting electrical shocks in swimming pools, hot tubs, showers, and lakes has also resulted in human injury and death. Reduction in milk production by dairy cows and deterioration in cows' health as a result of stray voltage (stray current) has been detailed and explained in his reports, and solutions have been presented.