Blown or punctured tires are common in the aftermath of many vehicle crashes. In these instances, our experts are sometimes retained to determine if tire damage contributed to the cause of the crash, or if tire damage occurred as the result of crash forces.
In this webinar video, tire engineering expert Richard Sherman provides an introductory level course on tire forensics.
Tire Forensics - Expert Webinar [VIDEO]
This video was recorded from the webinar on Thursday, July 16, 2020.
- The anatomy of a tire
- A background on tire manufacturing
- The process for determining whether or not tire performance may have contributed to the cause of a crash
Tire Design & Failure Analysis Expert
Prior to joining Robson Forensic, Richard worked for the Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company where he was engaged in the design, manufacture, and quality assurance of passenger vehicle tires. At Robson Forensic, he applies his expertise to the investigation of vehicle crash incidents, with a particular focus on those involving failed or damaged tires.
Peter J. Leiss P.E., C.F.E.I., C.V.F.I.
Automotive Engineer & Crash Expert
Prior to joining Robson Forensic, Peter was a vehicle engineer with Dodge. He was involved in the entire lifecycle of vehicle design and manufacture. Pete now heads the crash practice at Robson Forensic which includes crash reconstruction and vehicle crashworthiness investigations.