Mechanical Reconstruction is an integral part of a complete fraud work up, and is also important in possible subrogation cases. Our forensic technicians are highly trained and experienced professionals.
Our technicians are all court qualified experts. They have attended automotive factory schooling and vocational technical schools. Of course, all attend continuing education classes to keep up with the latest advances in their fields.
A mechanical analysis of a stolen vehicle can tell you whether the vehicle was mechanically sound prior to its alleged theft. This could be a motive for the owner give up.
On subrogation cases a full mechanical reconstruction can pinpoint and show the cause of an accident, or failure be it a product defect or poor workmanship from prior service or repair.
Potential subrogation areas would inlude systems failures such as:
- Drivetrain (engine, transmission, etc.)
- Vehicle Restraint System