From complex crash reconstruction to developing demonstrative evidence for court testimony, the transportation experts at Robson Forensic are well equipped to assist in your investigation. Our experts have in-depth knowledge of how vehicles are designed and built, they are fluent in the regulations affecting trucking operations, and have designed, built, and maintained our nation’s transportation infrastructure.
Crash Reconstruction is Just the Beginning
Our transportation experts are more than just mechanical engineers and reconstructionists, they are automotive engineers with industry experience designing, developing, and manufacturing production vehicles. Our experts understand vehicle dynamics and the principles of crashworthiness because they honed their craft with some of the largest vehicle manufacturers in the world.
Among our experts are engineers whose careers have been in the development and implementation of driver aids and restraint systems. We also have experts who specialize in safety engineering and crash reconstruction involving specialty vehicles, such as trucks, buses, motorcycles, trains, and bicycles.
Our motor vehicle experts are supported by specialists in areas that impact vehicle-related incidents such as conspicuity, lighting, heavy vehicle operation, fleet management, meteorology, biomechanics, human factors, toxicology, and liquor liability.
Visit our sub-practice pages to fine tune your expert search
- Automobile & Light Truck
- Crash Reconstruction
- Driver Actions
- Heavy Truck & Bus
- Highway & Roadway
- Motorcycle & ATV
- Parking Lot Safety
- Pedestrian Strikes
- Towing & Vehicle Recovery
- Traffic Signals & Guidance
- Trucking & Warehousing
VEHICLE EVIDENCE & TESTING
Robson Forensic offers a fully appointed mechanical testing laboratory to assist our clients with managing the storage and inspection of evidence related to vehicle crash cases. Our lab facilities can accommodate evidence as large as complete vehicles, as well as smaller vehicle components or traffic guidance devices. Visit our Mechanical Testing Laboratory page for more information.
DISCUSS YOUR CASE WITH AN EXPERT
Call or submit an inquiry to tell us about your case. Once we determine which expert is best qualified to assist, we will put you in direct contact.