While most crashes involve automobiles on open roads, occasionally crashes occur in construction zones. And when crashes occur in construction zones, they often involve construction equipment. Construction equipment can be anything from excavators, bulldozers, dump trucks, snow plows, road pavers, yard dogs, tow motors, fork lifts, backhoes, or many other pieces of machinery. Due to the size and weight of these machines, along with the abnormal traffic patterns inside of construction zones, these crashes can pose substantial challenges for crash investigators.
Crash Tech meets these challenges head-on by providing our investigators the most up to date training and real-world experience with this equipment. Our investigators have been called upon by construction companies, county engineer offices, and other entities to evaluate and analyze all natures of crashes involving construction equipment.