Using the latest in 3D scanning technology, our experts can scan a vast amount of data to accurately document and retain forensic evidence to develop highly detailed three dimensional models for analysis. 3D scanning will document millions of data points and measurements of a scene, including crush data, force of impact, speeds, trajectories, and subject positions. Scans will also include surrounding areas including, buildings, sidewalks, road conditions, landscape, trees, etc. Three dimensional models and simulations can answer many questions on how and why an accident/incident happened and can be a very useful tool when presenting evidence in court.


Accident reconstruction diagrams are a 2-dimensional recreations or sketches of an event. They normally depict the scene and the surrounding area, as well as the vehicles and people involved. They’re created using investigative reports, police reports, eyewitness reports, photographs, security footage, and physical evidence.


3D Animations & Simulations can be a persuasive tool used in the courtroom and are considered the most sophisticated type of demonstrative evidence available to litigators. An animation allows for creative license to explore different alternatives, views and outcomes. Simulations, conversely are driven by an expert’s analysis and investigation. Demonstrative evidence is not only used in trials but are effective to aid an expert’s or witness’s testimony in mediation to impact settlement.