Mr. Peak and has more than fifteen years of experience as a mechanical expert and Certified Accident Reconstructionist with extensive experience in vehicular accident reconstruction, the determination of mechanical defects, and the determination of fire cause and origin in vehicles.
Most people are aware that vehicles record crash information such as speed, braking, and seatbelt usage through the Event Data Recorder (EDR) within the airbag system. But did you know that your vehicle may have collected information from your smart phone? U.S. Forensic engineers provide answers to the questions involving infotainment downloads.
Matt Ivory, a mechanical engineer and accident reconstructionist, presented a course on Minor Impact Collisions to auto liability adjusters in Dallas, TX. Mr. Ivory has designed and conducted crash tests for the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, the Federal Highway Safety Administration, and the U.S. Department of State.
U.S. Forensic would like to welcome Matthew Ivory to our team of mechanical engineers and accident reconstructionists. Mr. Ivory obtained his Bachelors of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from the New Mexico State University. He is a registered Professional Engineer in Texas. His primary experience includes accident reconstruction and automotive mechanical failure analysis.
Our experts utilize a FARO 3D Laser Scanner to obtain realistic 3D images of real world objects or scenes. The tool can be used in cases involving accident reconstruction and structural analysis of complex buildings, or for scene preservation.
On May 27th, Jeremy Hoffpauir, P.E., ACTAR and Jeff Stark, P.E. provided Accident Reconstruction & Post-Theft Evaluation Courses at the CPCU Society’s annual continuing education event.
A three vehicle collision (2 tractor trailers and a pick-up truck) occurred at 4am on a state highway. U.S. Forensic was asked to testify as to how the accident occurred.