Forensic Services: Evidence Preservation

We believe in the importance of preserving evidence:
It helps us help you efficiently get to the truth!

All too often, our clients are faced with challenging situations where the evidence available in a given claim investigation is minimal or simply insufficient.

Given that the certainty of expert opinions is often dependent on the availability and quality of evidence, having access to black box data, detailed forensic photographs and other relevant physical evidence is critical to the outcome of an investigation. Our experts are trained to image information contained within a vehicle’s black box and/or telematics or any other available electronic data efficiently. As the risk of spoliation is always present, our experts are highly skilled at employing scientific procedures to ensure data integrity and chain of custody. For a list of covered vehicles, click here. Physical evidence obtained through photographs and mechanical and visual assessments are also vital for a holistic view of the incident. All experts are trained and qualified to conduct such assessments and glean valuable information that can be pivotal to your claim! Collecting evidence is one of the most efficient and cost effective methods of finding the truth.

EDR “Black Box” Related Resources

The "Black Box" Crash Course

Our brief video covers all the need-to-know essentials about EDR data.

"Black Box" Quick Info Sheet

Download our one page summary on automotive “black boxes”

Vehicle Coverage List

View the current listing of vehicles with EDR “black boxes” that can be imaged

Present and Future Applications of the "Black Box"

Learn about the types of data black boxes can record, as well as a bit about their history and likely future uses.

The Airbag Deployment Decision

Read our blog article where we explore the factors that affect the EDR’s decision of hether or not to deploy an airbag.

Seminars

Go to our seminar page to request a 1-hour in-depth “black box” seminar, or view our other seminar topics.

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