ARCCA is pleased to welcome three new experts – Dr. Christopher DiDomenico, Dr. Joseph Geissler, and Mr. Joseph Teitelman. While all three are located in our Philadelphia area headquarters, each is available to help with your cases nationwide.
CHRISTOPHER DIDOMENICO, PH.D. is a Senior Biomechanist specializing in injury causation analysis. His investigations involve utilizing human volunteers and ATDs to analyze human response and tolerance to a wide range of loading environments in both automotive and non-automotive settings. He has presented his doctoral research findings at multiple peer-reviewed biomedical engineering conferences and has been published in high impact factor biomedical journals.
JOSEPH GEISSLER, PH.D. is also a Senior Biomechanist specializing in quantifying the severity and impact mechanics of vehicular collisions, slips, trips, falls, and other loading scenarios and evaluating the human kinematic responses to these events while also investigating potential injury mechanisms and associated injury tolerances. He also performs scientific testing of sports equipment to evaluate performance and proposes new designs that mitigate trauma and injury.
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JOSEPH TEITELMAN is a Mechanical Engineer specializing in accident reconstruction. He is certified and proficient in black box imaging and analysis, 3D laser scanning, sightline analyses, scene documentation/diagramming and forensic video analyses. Joe also investigates enhanced damage, staged collision and phantom vehicle incidents. He is experienced with highly autonomous vehicles and advanced driver assistance systems (ADAS) and is certified as a BOSCH Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) technician. He is also a certified pilot of Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UAS) and the utilization of aerial photogrammetry in accident reconstruction.
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