Accident Reconstruction

Many people equate the term accident reconstruction with motor vehicle crash reconstruction,  but our analyses address dynamic events involving passenger motor vehicles, commercial vehicles, auto-pedestrian collisions, motorcycles, bicycles, visibility and driver perception and response, etc. One of our primary challenges is to determine how and why an accident occurs, and which of the three types of contributing factors, driver decision/action, environmental, and/or vehicle defect/failure, played a part in the collision. Using established and admissible methods employed in the field of accident reconstruction, we calculate and determine the key parameters needed to answer your questions regarding the event. These principles include fundamental Newtonian physics and engineering calculations augmented with analysis of other information such as photographs, three dimensional scans of evidence, scene inspections, vehicle inspections, etc.

Our accident reconstruction services include:

  • Motor vehicle accidents
    • Automobiles
    • Semi Trucks
    • Motorcycles
    • ATVs
    • Other vehicles
  • Bicycle accidents
  • Highway work zone accidents
  • Pedestrian accidents
  • Impact speed and point of impact analysis
Example image of CF&E's accident reconstruction model