The Importance of Forensic Evidence in Court

Forensic evidence is obtained by scientific methods to be usable in court. Specifically, physical evidence and detailed measurements collected from the scene of a crime or accident may prove to be the only evidence prosecutors will have or need if there were no witnesses.   Forensic information, for instance, can tell if a person was… Read more »

Can Pedestrians Be At Fault if They’re Hit by a Motorist?

Can pedestrians be at fault if they’re hit by a motorist? Yes, they can, in whole or in part.   When an accident occurs, there can be two sides of the story– the driver and the pedestrian can both tell the police who they think was at fault. This information in the police report, coupled… Read more »

How Can Old Tires Cause Accidents?

  Many years ago, a famous TV commercial declared, “Because so much is riding on your tires.” Indeed, tires are an integral part of your vehicle’s ability to function properly, and, in turn, keep you alive on the road. Old tires, though, can cause accidents.   According to statistics from The National Highway Traffic Safety… Read more »

What is the Process of an Auto Accident Lawsuit?

If you lose your spouse in a car accident, or experience pain and suffering/emotional distress from a car accident, you may end up filing a “civil lawsuit.” You’re basically seeking financial compensation for car accident injuries which negatively affected your life and well-being.   First, a complaint (also known as a petition) needs to be… Read more »

The ABFDE: What Exactly Do They Do?

Every industry has its own take on what’s commonly referred to as alphabet soup. From the NIH to the FBI, the NBA to CNN, we can’t seem to escape the long lists of sometimes confusing acronyms.   In the field of forensics, one of the most talked about organizations is the ABFDE, or the American… Read more »

How Insurance Adjusters Can Benefit From Accident Reconstruction Software

What do insurance adjusters (aka claims specialists, claims representatives, or independent claims analysts) do? They’re responsible for representing an insurance company’s negotiation process when you file a claim against someone (or a public entity) you believe was responsible for your accident.   Insurance adjusters are on the side of insurance companies and they’re judged on… Read more »

XPRT Winter Driving Tips to Keep You Safe

Here at 4N6XPRT Systems, we provide accident reconstruction and investigation software that helps to determine what went wrong in an automobile accident. Naturally, we learn a great deal about the causes of car accidents and what drivers can do to prevent them. Now that snow is falling in many parts of the country, we figured… Read more »

Reconstruction Software for Pedestrian Accidents

All too often we hear on the news that a person walking down the street or bicycling along has been hit by a vehicle and died. It’s a tragic way to go, isn’t it? Friends and family want to know exactly what happened to their loved one. They want to know all the details, including… Read more »

Why Witnesses Are Unreliable

People are imperfect, and when they’re called to be witnesses in a court of law, there’s no guarantee they’ll tell the whole truth or remember an event exactly as it happened. Witnesses are often called to give testimony about what they remember seeing and hearing with regards to auto accidents. However, it should be noted… Read more »

What Is A-B-G Stiffness?

Here at 4N6XPRT Systems, we provide accident reconstruction software used to recreate the circumstances of an automobile accident. While the software itself is easy to use and analyze, it didn’t create itself. Plenty of research, hard work, and complicated mathematics went into creating what is now the best accident reconstruction software available.   A-B-G stiffness… Read more »