Vehicle accident reconstruction uses the principles of engineering, physics, conditions prior to an accident, and the accident scene itself to determine the true cause of a vehicle accident and eliminate conflicting eyewitness accounts. HSA’s accident reconstruction engineers combine the accident scene information with the implementation of computer simulation, crash data retrieval, mechanical systems accident investigation, and roadway analysis to provide a complete accident reconstruction service that is second to none. Our research, testing, personnel, and case analysis are all designed to advance the science of vehicular accident reconstruction.
HSA’s vehicle engineers are educated and experienced in a broad range of technical disciplines. The majority of our consultants possess advanced engineering degrees in mechanical engineering, automotive engineering, and applied mechanics. We often work on multidisciplinary projects with professionals in other practices, including Biomechanics, Technology Development, Mechanics and Materials, Human Factors, and Statistical and Data Sciences. Our reconstruction team can provide you with expertise on a wide array of matters including speed determinations, questions of right-of-way, sightline restrictions, pedestrian collisions, questions regarding who was driving, hit and runs, and vehicle failures.
- Single and Multi-Vehicle Collisions
- Motorcycle Collisions
- Commercial Vehicle Collisions
- “Phantom Vehicle” Claims
- Steering Failures
- Tire Failures
- Seat Belt Failures
- Vehicle Rollovers
- Construction Equipment Losses