Accident Reconstruction

The field of accident reconstruction typically involves applying the laws of physics to situations involving impacts between man-made objects (passenger vehicles, trucks, sport-utility vehicles, etc.) and other man-made objects (other vehicles, poles, walls, curbs) and/or human beings.

By utilizing time-tested, fundamental physics relationships coupled with engineering theorems, accident reconstructionists may be able to assist in cases involving:

  • Event Data Recorder (EDR) downloads
  • Determination of impact speeds
  • Driver perception and reaction time(s)
  • Vehicle change in velocities (Delta V’s)
  • Vehicle skid marks
  • Driver steering and/or braking response(s)
  • Vehicle damage & crush distances
  • Acceleration pulses
  • Driver visibility distance(s)
  • Vehicle failure analysis
  • Damage consistency & fraud analyse(s)