With Smarter Vehicles Comes Better Evidence With Which to Prove the Facts of a Case!
Scene Evidence can be collected through laser scanners and site surveys. These 2-D and 3-D models provide accurate representations of the accident scene. This technology further allows us to capture 3-D renderings of crushed vehicles for analysis and calculations.
Crash Data Recorders provide pre-crash data to include speed, braking, steering angle, and much more. In addition, crash data such as delta-v and principle direction of force are collected and can be harvested.
The center console in some vehicles record date, time, and location data every time a driver sends a text, makes a call, opens the door, and much more. Is your vehicle supported with one of these systems?
How did an accident occur? Was the accident avoidable? What effect did speed have on the accident? All these questions can be answered and more.
Every commercial vehicle on the roadway has to abide by the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Standards (FMCSS). Pre-Crash data can be harvested from most Electronic Control Module.
There are 8 different ways to determine speed in an accident: Skid Marks, Yaw Marks, Crush, Airborne, Crash Data Recorders, Infotainment Systems, Momentum, and Video.
Our firm has successfully been providing accident reconstruction services and expert testimony since 1984. With over 35 years of experience, the firm has the expertise and knowledge to investigate accidents properly and know what is needed to generate a solid conclusion. We are based in Virginia and provide our services across all 50 states on both the defense and plaintiff sides. Having helped write the law in Virginia, when it comes to stopping distances and data harvesting, ATI knows the standard needed for a proper determination of the cases facts.
Matt graduated from the United States Naval Academy and served 6 years in the United States Marine Corps. He completed 1 tour to Iraq as a Scout Sniper Platoon Commander and 1 tour to Afghanistan as a Marine Special Operations Intelligence Officer. He furthered his education in Accident Reconstruction at the University of North Florida. He holds an international accreditation from the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR) and has testified in court as an expert witness.
Joe graduated from Towson University and moved to Virginia where he served with the Chesterfield County Police Department. For the past 35 years, he has pursued post-graduate work in the field of accident causation and reconstruction. He assisted the Virginia Transportation Research Council in drafting Virginia State Code 46.2-880 and 46.2-1088.6. He holds an international accreditation from the Accreditation Commission (ACTAR) for Traffic Accident Reconstruction and has testified many times in court as an expert witness.
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