National Biomechanics Institute in a distinguished biomechanics advising firm located in Los Angeles, California. They are best known for there ability to evaluate and conclude the causes of injuries throughout personal injury and legal litigation. They are also known for open-mindedness to the research development, honesty, civility, and responsibility to offering the best business for their clients. They typically do this through there accident reconstruction specialists.
Accident reconstruction includes the forensics of detailed rhetorical examinations and evaluations of motor vehicle personal injuries.
The process includes vehicle investigation, inspection, and notes of the scene, reviewing reports, assessing images on the accident, and performing calculations. By evaluating the vehicles before, during, and after the accident they are able to calibrate its direction of impact, the acceleration of the vehicle, and the change in momentums, along with the extortion.
Some of the latest technologies used in this field are:
- EDR (Event Data Recorder)
- Luminance Meters
- Faro (3D) Scanner
- Virtual Crash
- Force Testing
- 3D Motor Analysis
- Helmet Testing
- PC Crash
- Anatomical Models
- ATD Testing ( Anthroprometric Test Devices or Crash Test Dummies)
Through the utilization of applied science National Biomechanics Institute is able to access the data for the vehicle from the black box or the on board computer. They can also produce reproduction of an accident and make a 3D prototype of the sight. The dwellers can be analyzed from the MADYMO software package and the tribometer is used to test for resistance. They also assess potential intellectual trauma through helmet testing ,assess illumination through the luminance meter, and perception-reaction time through the I.DRR systems. National Biomechanics Institute also has privileged rights to medical software which allows for a summarized medical record evaluation with the tap of a button.
They continue to conduct research and testing to stay up to date with the best, most recent scientific technology. The rapid response team is readily available to be present at an accident at the time of or shortly after the accident occurs. Their finding and feedback provide clients with useful information that helps the client make an informed decision on what steps to take next.