Nicholas Young B.A.Sc., E.I.T.

Associate, Collision Reconstruction
Direct: 647-738-5408

Our Associates perform on-site investigations to determine origin and cause of complex losses. Their process: examine and collect evidence, take on-site photos, interview witnesses, conduct testing in our lab and analyze data to produce technical reports that are clear and concise.



  • Collision scene assessments
  • Vehicle mechanical examinations
  • Restraint system usage and effectiveness assessment
  • Event data recorder data retrieval and analysis

academic background

  • Bachelor of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering, Honours, Co-operative Education, With Distinction), University of Waterloo, Waterloo, ON, 2019

additional courses

  • Tesla & Toyota Techstream Course, Ontario Provincial Police Headquarters, Orillia, Ontario, December 2019
  • General Motors Canada Advanced Driver Training, 2017


30 Forensic Engineering

Associate – Collision Reconstruction
May 2019 – Present, Toronto, ON

  • Conduct technical investigations involving motor vehicle and recreational vehicle collision reconstruction, defects in vehicle components and mechanical equipment, failures involving engineering factors, and human factors related vehicle collisions

Walters Forensic Engineering Inc

Accident Reconstruction Analyst
2018, Toronto, Ontario

  • Prepared technical engineering reports regarding motor vehicle collisions and traffic incidents
  • Investigated accident scenes and analyzed involved vehicles for crash damage and diagnostic data
  • Constructed collision simulations using PC Crash and through vehicle dynamics studies

General Motors Canada

Durability Test Engineering
2016 – 2017, Kapuskasing, Ontario

  • Performed validation testing of pre-production vehicles in extreme environmental conditions
  • Executed root-cause analysis of faulty vehicle systems and investigated performance issues
  • Collaborated with global GM engineering teams, resulting in rapid issue tracking and resolution
  • Analyzed failure trends and maintained accurate vehicle test history files

Multimatic Inc.

Senior Design Engineering Student
2017, Markham, Ontario

  • Development of vehicle door hinges and check arms for upcoming Ford and Honda programs, including user effort and reliability studies
  • Oversaw research and development testing of high-friction check arm prototypes
  • Engineering responsibilities included packaging layouts, tolerance stacks, and kinematics studies