Posts in Crash Reconstruction
Roadway Evidence Tells a Story

While you do your best to drive responsibly, it is impossible to avoid the unexpected at all times. If you are involved in a crash or an accident in Texas, the normal process is that you and the drivers involved pull to a safe place and check for injuries. Texas state laws require that you pull off the road if the vehicles are still drivable after the crash so you do not hamper traffic any more than necessary.

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3D Models of Damaged Vehicles for Court Visual

Technological advancements have led to the use of a variety of digital techniques and applications in the presentation of evidence to the courts. Computer animations, videos, photographs, and PowerPoint presentations – these visual forms have become a common feature in courtrooms over the past few decades, and this is for good reason. It has been found that the use of digital techniques such as photos and images help to facilitate memory and comprehension, especially when a narrative is difficult to understand.

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Enhance Your 3D Scans by Adding Annotations

Crash investigations are intended to determine the cause of an accident or crash, to identify relevant conditions surrounding the event, and to recommend corrective measures to prevent similar incidents in the future. However, investigations can become laborious if they are not handled the right way.

3D scanning is a great tool that helps to reduce investigation time for crashes, especially as it helps to capture hard-to-diagram views from human perspective. But by relying on annotations for your 3D scans, you can achieve even better results. How so?

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What to Do When in a Crash

Some of us are fortunate enough to have little to no experience of the distressing reality of a crash. Truth is, no one expects to be involved in an accident. But the unthinkable can happen in the blink of an eye – whether it is your fault or that of the next person. A crash – no matter how small or big it is – can cause you shock and get your adrenaline pumping. For this reason, it is important that you remain abreast with post-accident procedures, before the unexpected happens.

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Event Data Recorders (EDRs) Are Used for Precision Crash Detail

The physical evidence left behind a vehicular crash can be considered as the most important source of information for any investigation. Just as important is what the car records on the inside. Such devices are EDRs or “event data recorders” and are installed in many modern vehicles today. What these little black boxes record is highly valuable to any crash reconstruction expert because of the precision crash detail they offer.

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Energy Crush Analysis

Vehicular crashes taking place today can effectively be analyzed along with the utilization of the latest available technology—3D scanning. Three-dimensional scannings provide users with access to its many features including the precise detailing of crash scenes.

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Consultation for Causation of Crash Incidents

Crashes can happen at the most unexpected times. In such instances, you are more than likely seeking answers on how a crash occurred. Locating the assistance of an crash reconstruction expert can help provide the answers you need if you are an entity that relies on facts rather than best guesses—much like our insurance firm clients.

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