Nathan Rose, William Neale, Neal Carter and Martin Randolph conducted research and testing to study the similarities and differences between three wheeled and two wheeled motorcycle characteristics and dynamics. The team will analyze the data collected from this testing and publish the results through the Society of Automotive Engineers. Stay… read more →
Documentation of accident scenes is an essential part of gathering accurate data for reconstruction. Neal Carter talks about some of the technological history of accident scene documentation from survey stations and total stations to 3D scanners and UAV/drone photogrammetry. Learn More Video Transcription Coming soon…
Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness sits down with Attorney Shawn Eady of Montgomery Little & Soran to discuss some of the tips he has about finding the best expert for your cases. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our podcast page.
Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness holds a discussion with Noel Lowden about the similarities and differences among accident reconstructionists in the United States and the United Kingdom. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our podcast page.
This episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table features guest Sean Olson, who sat down with Justin Holderness to discuss some of his principles and techniques for utilizing courtroom experts as part of trial presentations. To listen to more of our podcasts, or to sign up for updates, visit our… read more →
In this episode of Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table Kineticorp’s Justin Holderness sits down with accident reconstructionist Lou Peck to discuss some of the nuances and techniques used when reconstructing accidents involving motorcycles and how motorcycle EDRs (event data recorders) may aid in motorcycle accident reconstruction. To listen to more… read more →
Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round table continues to expand on litigation and accident reconstruction by diving into the psychological realm of post-traumatic stress disorder. Justin Holderness and guest, Dr. Peter Weinberg of Litigare, discuss post-traumatic stress disorder and what signs attorneys should look for when preparing new cases where PTSD may… read more →
While animations allow viewers to understand how a crash occurs by displaying the series of events that lead up to and sometimes follow the incident, they can be limited by fixed perspectives, playback speeds, and more. By utilizing interactive animations accident reconstructionists can provide a more in-depth look at a… read more →
A mechanical pick-up truck driver is struck by a train as it crosses the railroad tracks in a rural part of the Midwestern United States. A number of factors were seen as possible causes, including vehicle speeds, road conditions and visibility. Kineticorp team members, William Neale and Seth Miller, conducted… read more →
Typically Kineticorp’s Forensic Science Round Table covers subjects related directly to accident reconstruction and litigation. In this episode, we take a look at something that impacts us and our clients, but isn’t directly related to accident reconstruction. I had a chance to sit and down with my friend Dan Goldstein of… read more →