Accident reconstruction is the scientific analysis of the kinematics and kinetics of vehicles, equipment, and people involved in accidents. The method of accident reconstruction involves the synthesis and analysis of physical evidence, photographs, videos, witness testimony, and related documentation.. Depending on the particular needs of each case, we utilize computational analyses, simulation, photogrammetry, video analyses, impact testing, and other methods, Based on available data and materials, our group applies reliable, state-of-the art techniques to understand the events of each accident.
Biomechanics is the application and use of physics and engineering to study the movement, deformation, or failure of living tissue in response to interaction with the environment. In relation to our areas of expertise, biomechanical methods and analyses are commonly applied to understand human injury patterns and their causes.