Our Accident Reconstruction Experts evaluate automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, golf carts, and all-terrain vehicles as well as industrial lifts and heavy vehicles such as busses, trolleys, and tractor-trailers.
Accident reconstruction is the method of determining how an accident occurred from available evidence. With respect to litigation, the term “accident reconstruction” is often associated with traffic accidents where established practices and procedures have been developed using physics and mathematics to determine the velocity and acceleration of the vehicles throughout the collision sequence. This enables the investigator to determine how and why the accident occurred, who was at fault, and what potential affects the collision had on the occupants of the vehicles. Our professionals have extensive expertise and experience with automobiles, motorcycles, bicycles, golf carts, and all-terrain vehicles as well as heavy vehicles such as busses, trolleys, and tractor-trailers.
Accident reconstruction also applies to incidents involving pedestrians or workers and other types of moving vehicles, such as industrial lift trucks and personal lifts (i.e. forklifts and scissor lifts).
All of our engineers have credentials, are licensed, and have at least 15 years of diverse experience within their specific engineering and scientific disciplines. Our multi-discipline engineering approach can retrieve and analyze crash data from vehicles, analyze supplementary restraint performance, produce a biomechanical analysis, analyze roadway design, and determine the cause of any failure. Using a 3-D laser scanner, we can complete the process by offering compelling, physics-supported, 3-D computer animation of the accident for court.