Accident Reconstruction

Accident Reconstruction

Auto accident reconstruction is the scientific process of investigating, analyzing, and drawing conclusions about the causes and events during a vehicle collision. The laws of physics and engineering principles such as the conservation of linear momentum, work energy methods and kinematics are the basis for analysis. We can provide rigorous analysis in cases involving personal injury that can be presented at trial.

The average auto accident happens in a matter of seconds. Understanding how or why the auto accident happened is a scientific process. Whenever an auto accident happens, our qualified, credible experts have the training, experience and technological resources for collecting evidence and analyzing data to determine the cause of the auto accident.  That data can be delivered accurately, in an easy to understand, simplifying the analysis of a complex technical problem. Many factors relating to a vehicle collision are recorded in the physical evidence, and data collection is critical to successful reconstruction and analysis. We have the technology and expertise to extract pertinent data from roadways, vehicles, photographs and other documents. Forensic analysis evaluates the vehicle, driver and roadway environment to determine the facts of each unique case.

Dr Greg Hauser completed his training in Accident Reconstruction at The Institute of Police Technology and Management and has his certification from the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR). He is currently the ONLY physician in Arizona to have this certification. Usually this certification is acquired by police officers and engineers. This gives a unique, multi-faceted approach to cases where accident dynamics are in question, allowing him to render opinions on Accident Reconstruction as well as comment on the medical aspects of the case (injuries and treatment). This is useful for both Plaintiff and Defense.

You will not find this in any other expert witness in Arizona!