Established in 1990, The Crash Lab, Inc. provides quality plaintiff and defendant accredited crash reconstruction to the legal and insurance communities.

Accredited crash reconstruction

What Do We Do?

Our goal is to provide you with a thorough and timely analysis based upon sound and accepted scientific and accident reconstruction principles within a reasonable degree of probability, on matters such as: crash dynamics, EDR analysis, low velocity incidents, crash fraud, body shop fraud, mechanical failure analysis, vehicle speed, time and distance, commercial vehicle issues, MUTCD, vehicle autopsies, pedestrians, bicycles, motorcycles, snowmobiles, motorcycle training, aerial scene mapping, day and nighttime visibility issues, headlamp profiling, 3D Laser Scanning, forensic mapping, and trial demonstratives/chalks.

Our geographic area encompasses not only the New England states of Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut, but also New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania, providing services to major cities such as Boston, Hartford, Springfield, Portland, Burlington, NYC and their outlying areas.

Our Technology

The Crash Lab and its ACTAR Accredited Reconstructionists continue to be at the forefront in the crash reconstruction industry by providing our clients with state of the art technology during the analysis of their files. Our Leica C10 3D Laser Scanner allows us to scan scenes, vehicles, interior and exterior of buildings, crime scenes, Worker’s Compensation incident loci, and explosion/fire debris patterns, in 3 dimension, aiding not only in accident reconstruction documentation of evidence and analysis, but also Insurance, Fire Marshal and law enforcement investigators.

Accredited crash reconstruction

When appropriate, we provide Total Station forensic mapping, and photographic and video documentation. Further, we are able to interrogate vehicle Event Data Recorders (EDR’s), such as Airbag Control Modules (ACM’s), Ford’s Powertrain Control Modules (PCM’s), and Electronic Control Units (ECU’s), via the Bosch Crash Data Retrieval System (CDR), in accordance with the Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standards Rule 49 CFR Part 563 that became effective on September 1, 2012. The Crash Lab, through its affiliation with Collision Forensic Solutions, is a sales provider to Law Enforcement for scene/incident documentation equipment and supporting software, such as the Leica C10 3d Laser Scanner, Leica Total Stations and ancillary equipment. We also provide training in the use of the equipment in conjunction with MapScene’s CAD ®, Cyclone® and Point Cloud® software.

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Accredited crash reconstruction

Latest News

We are in our 26th year of providing quality accident reconstruction services to the legal and insurance communities. This website includes the Curriculum Vitaes and Education of our ACTAR Accredited Crash Reconstructionists. You will find Resource Publications listed as an aid to locate supported material. We also have the section entitled "Latest News," which will feature current news, updates, and announcements from The Crash Lab and the Accident Reconstruction industry in general. We hope you'll visit often.