News | Collision Analysis

October 26, 2022

On-Scene Volume 27, Fall 2022

Coming Soon!

Second in our new postcard series, On-Scene Volume 27, Fall 2022
looks at a brief definition and description of Injury Biomechanics.

Contact Collision Analysis to discuss how we can assist in your next personal injury case
 or to receive our newsletter in hard copy or via email.

May 9, 2022

On-Scene Volume 26, Spring 2022

April 30, 2022

May is Motorcycle Safety Month

March 7, 2022

Collision Analysis is Presenting at the ACTLA Webinar on March 10, 2022

Craig and Steve are presenting at the Alberta Civil Trial Lawyers Association (ACTLA) half day webinar “Litigation Potpourri” on March 10, 2022.  Our presentation is on the topic of Collision Reconstruction and Injury Biomechanics.

See the ACTLA website for registration and further information. 

November 19, 2021

Quick Reference Guide to Gathering and Preserving Physical Evidence
Available in our Latest Edition of On-Scene

Analysing collisions involves reconstructing complex events that happen in seconds . . . or milliseconds.  Proper, prompt evidence collection is vital.

Evidence gathering and preservation may include collision site and vehicle inspections, downloading event data recorders, and gathering component parts for retention.  Failure to retain crucial evidence can lead to the prevention of further analysis.  To avoid these occurrences, this quick reference guide provides some key considerations and guidance for gathering the physical evidence by those involved in the earliest part of an investigation.

Contact Collision Analysis for assistance with your case and to receive your copy of the quick reference guide.