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I recently received an advertisement via email regarding animation from a company on the west coast.  The information provided in the advertisement quite frankly was questionable and the animation illustrated showed vehicles clearly defying the laws of physics, thus not forensically accurate.   Animations can be expensive and often the animations, especially the high end animations are missing critical elements.  While it may not be possible to create an exact replicate of an event, the motion, turning, sliding, stopping etc... must be reasonably represented and mathematically supported.


If you have an animation that you feel does not accurately represent factual events, please get us involved.  We are not only accident reconstructionist, but forensic animators as well.  We know the mechanics behind the software packages and most importantly the technical side of the analysis.


We can help you identify problems with animations being used against you.

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