Vehicle crash reconstruction is the scientific process of investigating, analyzing, and drawing conclusions about the causes and events during a vehicle collision. This is accomplished by working backwards through the sequence of events, starting with the final rest positions of all involved vehicles, pedestrians, or other objects.
Crash Tech Reconstruction Services prides itself in its professional and unbiased interpretation of the facts. We can't always promise that our findings will be favorable to our clients, but we can always promise our findings will be accurate, truthful, and scientifically sound.
What information will your Reconstructionist consider during their investigation?
During their investigation, your Reconstructionist will consider a large amount of information from the scene, vehicles, occupants, and other sources. This information includes: vehicle speeds, event data recorder downloads, friction provided by involved surfaces, headlight use, seatbelt use, vehicle malfunctions and recalls, witness statements, police reports, and physical evidence left on the roadway.
Roadway evidence is measured using total stations, and then diagrammed using industry leading 3D software.
All information gathered is then organized, assembled into one report, and used to form opinions and conclusions about fault and any contributing factors.