Evaluation of the likelihood of conflicting incident scenarios
Sometimes drivers involved in a collision provide different versions of the incident. It might be related to the sequence of the collision. For example in a three-vehicle rear end collisions, the driver of the middle car might say that he had come to a full stop before he was struck from behind and pushed into the lead car while the driver of the last car might say that he struck the middle car after the middle car had struck the lead car. In case of a head-on collision, both drivers may be claiming that they were on their side of the road at the time of the collision and that the other driver had crossed the centerline.
Our team will review the physical evidence and apply scientific principles to objectively determine what happened.