Crash Analysis assists crash investigators in road accident investigations by using scientifically proven methods and techniques to analyse the evidence often left at a crash scene, or on the motor vehicles involved.
A crash investigation often involves obtaining driver and witness accounts; however it is common knowledge that people have different perceptions while observing incidents, which may cause statements to be distorted and inaccurate. It is even more difficult where there are no independent witnesses.
Police worldwide use crash analysis in serious traffic crashes where the evidence located at the scene or on the vehicles, is the only method available to reconstruct a crash.
Crash analysis often involves Forensic Mapping to assist in completing some of the calculations required to prove such things as speed, or to accurately place vehicles or objects in a scene, and to assist with visually displaying the crash.
NZCI offer its customers the same high level of investigation and expertise that is normally reserved for only serious vehicle accidents.
Please contact us for more information on how we can assist you and your clients.
09 536 6105
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We provide crash investigation, crash analysis and general investigation services to clients nationwide:
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Nelson, Kaikoura, Greymouth, Cheviot, Reefton, Christchurch, Timaru, Dunedin, Roxburgh, Queenstown, Balclutha, Invercargill