These days, we hear a lot about accident reconstruction and its contribution to the claim process. Traffic collision investigation and litigation often require a clear view of the events surrounding a collision, and accident reconstructionists are trained to aid the parties involved gain that understanding.

Accident reconstructionists often assist claim examiners and defense attorneys to evaluate collisions and address issues raised during analyses of claims. One of the more common issues encountered is an analysis of the forces that occur during low-speed collisions. Typically, these sorts of collisions involve little or no visible exterior damage, and a questionable level of medical care resulting from the impact.

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