Accident reconstruction is the scientific analysis of the kinematics and kinetics of pedestrians, vehicles, and occupants involved in an accident sequence. The reconstruction of an accident is the synthesis of: physical inspections of the scene and vehicles; photogrammetry and other photo analysis; obtaining and analyzing event data recorder (“black box”) data from the vehicles; review and analysis of available video of the accident; analysis of vehicle crush; momentum analysis; vehicle component failure analysis; signal light timing analysis; visibility and sight distances; bulb and filament analysis; analysis of restraint use or misuse; and occupant kinematics.
The accident reconstruction engineers at InSciTech have experience with all
manner of accidents, including:
InSciTech uses the latest technology in accident reconstruction. Examples of our equipment and capabilities include: