Accident Reconstruction

Accident reconstruction analysis is the scientific method of determining kinematics and kinetics of vehicles, pedestrians, heavy trucks, motorcycles and bicycles. It provides the best explanation for how an automobile accident occurred, founded on physical evidence. Aperture as a group has reconstructed thousands of vehicular accidents, including developing computer-simulated animations of accidents as demonstrative evidence. As a result of our individual and group education, background, training and experiences, our ability to conduct accident reconstruction investigations and analysis relating to a wide array of subject areas.

Our thorough methodology can assist in determining liability, sequence of events, vehicle speed, angle of impact, time vs. distance, visibility and collision severity. We utilize a wide array of information such as roadway evidence obtained from accident location inspections, photographs, 3D laser scanning, vehicle damage, vehicle CDR/EDR “black box” data, lightbulb analysis, signal light timing analysis, animations and physics-based simulations in performing our analysis. We can preserve evidence for trials through photography, 3D laser scanning and EDR data. It is paramount that evidence be preserved as soon as possible after an incident, and as such, our associates are standing by and can be available immediately after an incident.

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