Automotive Accident Reconstruction

Accident reconstruction is the application of scientific and engineering principles to investigate, document, analyze, report findings and provide expert opinions about issues that arise in an accident.  The reconstruction typically results in conclusions and opinions about the event sequence and the cause of the accident.  The goal of accident reconstruction is to determine what happened based on all of the available information about the accident.  WHA expends the effort needed to insure that the investigation is thorough and the issues are carefully evaluated using state-of-the-art analysis methods and techniques.  In this way, WHA's engineers and scientists provide reliable interpretations of the critical information available and arrive at the appropriate conclusions and opinions about the cause of the accident.  WHA has the experience and forensic tools necessary to provide high quality and state-of-the-art investigation, evidence analysis and scientifically-based conclusions and opinions about accident causation. 

  • Accident Investigation Engineers Accredited by the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR)
  • Accident Reconstruction, Site Investigation and Analysis
  • Laser Survey, Video and Still Photography and At-Scene Testing
  • Accident Reconstruction for Cases Involving Multiple and Single Autos, Pedestrians, Motorcycles, Trucks, Bicycles, Boats, ATVs, Airplanes, Heavy Equipment, Farm Machinery & Trains
  • Pre- and Post-Crash Speed Computations
  • Accident Reconstruction for Night Time Accidents
  • Vehicle Crush Measurements and ΔV Analysis
  • State-of-the-Art 3D Accident Visualization/Animation
  • Vehicle's Event Data Recorder (Black Box) Download and Analysis
  • Occupant Kinematics
  • Seatbelt Issues
  • Airbag Issues
  • Wheel and Brake Issues
  • Human/Vehicle/Road Factors
  • Diagnostic Trouble Code Download and Analysis
  • Roadway Issues Analysis
  • Vehicle Dynamics
  • Tire Mechanics and Failure Analysis
  • Off-Road Vehicle Accidents
  • Construction Site Heavy Equipment Accidents
  • Crane Accidents
  • Steering Issues
  • Drive-Train Component Issues