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Forensic Engineering

Forensic Engineering

Forensic Engineering

Forensic engineering deals with determining how an accident occurred and what, if anything, could have been reasonably done to foresee and prevent the accident.  We have been serving attorneys for both plaintiffs and defendants for decades in all types of litigation matters.  We have engineers and experts who are skilled in accident reconstruction, biomechanics, mechanical engineering, civil engineering, and related fields.  Our engineers are also members of ANSI national standards committees, and are actively involved in safety research and publication.  Recent areas of publication by our staff include golf cart safety, balance and ladder safety.  We also have the capability to prepare sophisticated simulations and animations to clearly demonstrate to a jury how an accident occurred.

Our team of engineers is capable of investigating a wide range of accidents, and we have cultivated a network of consultants who are able to handle cases outside of our area of expertise.  Call us to see if we can help you with your case.

Our engineers have been assisting attorneys and insurance representatives in investigating accidents since 1990. We have a highly qualified staff of engineers with advanced degrees from top-tier universities who have provided testimony on behalf of both plaintiffs and defendants at trial

Previous Cases

Vehicle accident animation

A garbage truck driver unexpectedly pulled out of a driveway in front of an oncoming car. Based on our reconstruction and animation, we were able to help show a jury that the garbage truck driver failed to yield right-of-way to the oncoming vehicle and that the driver of the car did not have time to avoid the accident. Consequently, the driver of the vehicle won a multimillion dollar verdict.

Circuit Breaker Explosion:

A man was exposed to 4000 amps when he accidentally dropped his screwdriver into a live industrial electrical panel. When this happened, several metal parts in the circuit box vaporized causing an explosion. Initially, he was thought to have suffered an electric shock. Our investigation revealed that his injuries had all been caused by secondary explosions. He was not hurt directly by the electricity in any way. Our expert witness was able to use this to show that the wiring installation was not sufficiently grounded.