Our latest publications. We frequently produce materials concerning the practice of forensics. Here you’ll find our latest publications, as well as an archive of much of our most request work. To get updates by email of our newest publications, please take a moment to complete the form on this page, and we’ll be sure to keep you posted.


Innovative Technologies for Assessing Vehicle Collision Claims
The field of collision reconstruction has been around for decades, and it has advanced insomuch that it is now...
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Wildfire Smoke Exposure – UPDATE
Earlier this year, we watched the bushfire situation in Australia unfold, and now we observe major wildfires along the...
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Is Concussion a Likely Injury Outcome from a Low Speed
At 30 Forensic Engineering, our biomechanics experts are frequently retained to investigate whether a concussion is likely to occur...
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Even Retaining Structures Need Support – Design and Assessment Perspectives
Retaining structures are used to laterally support (hold back) material, typically soil, and allow for a difference in grade...
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Fraudulent Collision Claims in the Aftermath of COVID-19
Experience has taught us that significant economic recession or industry policy changes can have a direct effect on the...
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The Devil is in the Collision Details
When collisions occur and insurance claims are being filed, questions pertaining to liability and the damages incurred by the...
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Impartial Fire Investigations Key During COVID-19 as Toronto Fire Department
Matthew Pegg, Fire Chief / General Manager of Emergency Management & COVID-19 Incident Commander for the City of Toronto,...
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Why Carrying Objects Can Pose a Risk When Responding to
Carrying an object while walking, whether a child or a cell phone, can greatly alter the outcome if we...
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Understanding Delta-V
Delta-v is a widely used term in the world of collision reconstruction but is often misunderstood or unknown entirely...
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Nonlinear Finite Element Analysis: Approach with a Healthy Degree of
Structural engineers rely heavily on predictions. Unlike other engineering products, building structures cannot make use of a prototype where...
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Wildfire Smoke Exposure
As we watch the wildfire situation in Australia unfold with heavy hearts, it is a good time to think...
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30 Forensic Engineering – Civil and Structural Failure
The 30 Forensic Engineering Civil/Structural Failure Investigation team is comprised of engineers and specialists with extensive technical expertise and...
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