Accident Reconstruction Expert Training & Experience

I have forty-four years overall experience (1973-2017) in the investigation, analysis, reconstruction and/or cause analysis of motor vehicle, truck, motorcycle, bicycle and pedestrian accidents.

I completed thirty (30) classroom hours of accident reconstruction training at Texas A & M University, College Station, Texas. This course was instructed by Charles R. Kenner and Patrick D. Dalager. A Certificate of Completion awarded in 1983.

At Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois I completed one hundred eighty (180) hours of classroom, field, and home study special accident reconstruction training. These classes were instructed by Thad Aycock, Jennifer White and Jim Sneddon. Final exams were passed and a Certificates of Completion was awarded in 1994 and 1996.

In 1996 I completed fourteen (14) hours of accident reconstruction specialty training in Low Speed Impact Analysis at Forensic Technologies International, Annapolis, Maryland. This class was instructed by Dr. Ian Jones and Al Cipriani.

Home study courses include, but are not limited to, accident reconstruction training by The Institute of Police Technology and Management (IPTM) University of North Florida, Jacksonville, Florida. The manual was authored by Robert A. DuBois. The course was approximately 40 hours home study in Occupant Kinematics and insurance fraud issues.