Collision Reconstruction

The Collision Reconstruction group analyzes the evidence left behind by collisions to answer the important questions about why they happened.

They happen because of a combination of factors. Human error is almost always present, but was there a vehicle malfunction? Did the computer modules do their job? Was the roadway free of deficiency? Was signage appropriate? Would passenger restraint systems have helped? Sometimes it is the subtle and often overlooked contributor that makes the difference.

Our team comprises vehicle dynamics experts with combined experience of well over 50 years, each of whom is equipped with the latest technologies to investigate, understand, and clearly communicate what happened. Moreover, the team is integrated with specialists in Human Factors, Biomechanics, Roadway Design, Black Boxes, and Heavy Trucks so that relevant factors are quickly identified, and energies are focused on the real culprits.

This integrated, team-based approach ensures all investigations are thorough, comprehensive, and backed by years of trial experience, with results delivered clearly and with confidence. Our Collision Reconstruction group has been chosen as the best in Canada in Canadian Lawyer’s Annual Readers’ Choice Awards since 2015.

  • Sophisticated in-house multidisciplinary capability
  • Unbiased, factual reporting for confident decision-making
  • Extensive trial experience

Professional. Experienced. Trial-Ready.


Lights, camera, reconstruction: How videos can play a role in forensic collision analysis
Dash cams catch a lot of crazy things on the road, but it is doubtful that there are many...
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30 Forensic Engineering Strengthens Western Canada Team with Addition of Andrew Kan, B.Sc., P.Eng.
30 Forensic Engineering is pleased to announce that Andrew Kan, B.Sc., P.Eng., has joined our Collision Reconstruction practice. He will be based...
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30 Forensic Engineering Welcomes Hannah Van Staveren, B.A.Sc., M.Eng., E.I.T., to Collision Reconstruction Group
30 Forensic Engineering is pleased to announce that Hannah Van Staveren B.A.Sc., M.Eng., E.I.T. has joined our Collision Reconstruction group as an Associate. Hannah holds...
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30 Forensic Engineering is Proud to Announce the Promotion of Raffi Engeian, MBA, P.Eng., to Practice Lead, Special Investigations & Collision Reconstruction
30 Forensic Engineering, Canada’s leading multidisciplinary forensic firm, is pleased to announce the promotion of Raffi Engeian MBA, P.Eng. to Practice...
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An Expert’s Perspective on the Agony of Collision
When an oncoming vehicle unexpectedly crosses the centerline, options are limited. No time to think, no time to plan—a...
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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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