Mr. Teitelman is a Mechanical Engineer who specializes in accident reconstruction. His work involves the reconstruction of motor vehicle, pedestrian, and bicycle collisions. In addition to accident reconstruction, he is also certified and proficient in EDR (Black box) imaging and analysis, 3-D Laser Scanning, sightline analyses, scene documentation/diagramming and forensic video analyses. He performs vehicle, site, and evidence inspections and also investigates enhanced damages, staged collisions, and phantom vehicle incidents.
He has training and experience with highly autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and is certified as a BOSCH Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) technician. Mr. Teitelman is a certified pilot of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) by the Federal Aviation Administration and is experienced in the utilization of aerial photogrammetry in accident reconstruction.
He is also an active researcher in the field of accident reconstruction whose peer-reviewed work has been published by the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE).
Mr. Teitelman earned his Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering at Temple University, where he was a presidential scholar and a member of Temple University’s Honors Program. As an engineering student, he participated in collaboration with the Temple Robotics club in the NASA Robotic Mining Competition.