Communication in the courtroom is key for any expert witness. Founding Partner and Accident Reconstruction Expert, William Neale, utilizes a large-scale accident reconstruction models or full-scale accident reconstruction model can help attorneys, judges and juries better understand complicated concepts. This is a behind the scenes look into William Neale’s process when… read more →
Many of the cases Kineticorp handles involve heavy trucks. As an ASE certified master mechanic, engineer and accident reconstruction expert, Sean McDonough has unique insight into cases involving heavy trucks. Sean’s 12 years experience as a working mechanic and supervising mechanic, allows him to clearly spot issues related to vehicle… read more →
Heavy Truck Crash Reconstruction: Over time, physical evidence like tire marks, debris and gouges in the road can fade and deteriorate making the evidence gathering process more difficult. Nathan Rose received a call about this collision just days after it occurred. Having a chance to review the site quickly gave… read more →
Do you really know what it costs you when funding your own cases? There are options when it comes to funding your cases that can save you substantial money over time . You may need to hire experts, develop visuals etc. In this episode of Kineictorp’s Forensic Science Roundtable, Justin… read more →
Technology is advancing at unprecedented rates and 3D laser scanning is no exception. In this episode, Justin Holderness interviews Shannon Trammell of Riegl USA to talk about their new product and what effect it is having on traffic and secondary accidents.
How Accurate are Witness Distance Estimates Given in Car Lengths? Article Introduction – Accident reconstructionists generally agree that eye witness estimates of distance are often inaccurate. Robins , for instance, observes that “in spite of the many converging cues available to humans to judge the separation distances and speeds of… read more →
KINETICORP’S TRAINED DRONE PILOTS Congratulations to the Kineticorp staff who recently became certified pilots for small Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS, aka drones) by passing the Federal Aviation Administration’s (FAA) Part 107 Remote Pilot Knowledge Test: Neal Carter and Nathan McKelvey. Additional members of our staff are preparing for the FAA… read more →