Why Everyone Should Wear A Seat Belt When Driving

vehicle seat belt

Seat belt use in the United States has reached a high of 90.4 percent according to a recent government survey¹.  There has been a steady increase in seat belt usage…..

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Introducing Wade Lanning, Ph.D.

ARCCA - Meet Our Experts

Introducing Wade Lanning, Ph.D. out of our Seattle office! Dr. Wade Lanning is a Senior Engineer at ARCCA specializing in the forensic analysis of mechanical failures and material degradation, such…..

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Join us at the HFES Delaware Valley Chapter April Meeting!

Vehicle Autonomy: Human Factors and Accident Reconstruction

ARCCA’s Senior Accident Reconstructionist Joseph Teitelman, B.S.M.E., ACTAR will be presenting at the Human Factors and Ergonomics Society , Delaware Valley Chapter’s April Meeting on April 21st from 6:00-8:30PM.  Mr……

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Forensic Animations and Visuals Can Help Your Case

Forensic Animations and Visuals

In the field of litigation, being able to capture the full attention of the jury and other legal parties can be the key to winning your client’s case. Our Visuals…..

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Check out Jim Mason Ph.D’s Recent Publication

Vehicle Accident Analysis and Reconstruction Methods

One of ARCCA’s Senior Engineers, Jim Mason, Ph.D., recently co-authored the 3rd Edition of ‘Vehicle Accident Analysis and Reconstruction Methods’ with Raymond M. Brach and R. Matthew Brach. This updated…..

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Cycling Visibility: Staying Visible When Riding With Traffic

Separate bike lanes, on either the right or left side of the road, allow cyclists to pass slower moving traffic. However, the cyclist must exercise a higher degree of caution…..

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The Levels of Autonomous Vehicles

From navigation and infotainment systems to new sensing technologies such as cameras and radar, the reliance on microprocessors and computer chips has become common in today’s vehicles. The abundance of…..

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What Is The Difference Between a Slip, Trip, & Fall Accident?

Slipping Mechanism A typical slip and fall event during normal ambulation occurs when the heel of the forward/swing leg contacts the floor and the foot slides forward against the floor…..

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GPS Data Use In Commercial Vehicle Accident Reconstruction


While tracking GPS data from some commercial vehicles has been available for a while, utilizing this data from taxis, police vehicles and tractor trailers is becoming more and more prevalent.

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