There are millions of American adults who, unfortunately, don’t know the proper way to restrain their children in car seats. A study that was conducted by the U.S. Department of Transportation’s National Highway Traffic Safety Administration back in 2015 found that about 37 percent of children who fell between the ages of 4 and 7… Read more »
Tag: car accident reconstruction software
Self-Driving Uber Has First Fatal Accident
It seemed as if the movement to create the first fully functional self-driving car was coming along quickly, but earlier this week, a devastating incident created a setback when it was reported that one of Uber’s self-driving prototypes killed a pedestrian in Tempe, Arizona. ALTHOUGH POLICE ARE STILL INVESTIGATING, it seems that a woman was… Read more »
How an Accurate Picture of a Car Accident is Painted
When a car accident occurs, there are several stories that can be told depending on a person’s perspective. Of course you have the people directly involved in the accident– the people inside the car or cars. Then there are witnesses nearby who saw the accident with their eyes from a certain vantage point. And,… Read more »
Is This The Future Of Automobile Accidents?
What do you think about the concept of driverless cars? Research is heading that way; Google has a self-driving car that has already gone about 2 million miles on the streets of Mountain View, California. And major companies are spending billions of dollars to make driverless cars a reality…and the new norm. Just like… Read more »
Where Are Car Accidents Most Prevalent?
Where do car accidents most often happen? Typically, they happen within 25 miles of home. After all, most driving does occur close to home, right? Think about this: you become so used to the roads around your home, neighborhood, and region, that you become almost too relaxed about it– on “auto-pilot.” And you know… Read more »
How is Fault Determined After a Car Accident
If you ask a person involved in a vehicular accident who was at fault, they’re most likely going to say, “the other guy.” It’s human nature to want to blame things on other people. Well, accidents happen, and usually someone is at fault, but how is “fault” determined after an accident? Oftentimes people involved in… Read more »
What Can You Do To Stay Safe On A Motorcycle?
Here at 4N6XPRT Systems, we provide accident reconstruction software that sorts through the chaos in the wake of an accident, putting together the pieces that help law enforcement and insurance analysts determine the circumstances that caused it. While an accident involving two vehicles is relatively straightforward, adding other vehicles and objects can make analyzing… Read more »
Accident Reconstruction Software: An Indispensable Tool for Defense Attorneys
The courtroom is a tough—and often brutal—place. That’s why many people dread entering one. Depending on the case, a person’s entire livelihood or freedom might be at stake. To make matters worse, prosecutors have never been known for holding back. In fact, it’s their job to do the exact opposite. This is what makes… Read more »
How Are Car Accidents Investigated?
If you’ve ever watched “procedural dramas” on TV, like “CSI,” you have probably heard of the term “forensics.” Using a scientific method of gathering and examining information about the past, which is then used in a court of law, helps determine what happened and, ideally, who/what was responsible for the crime, or, in some cases,… Read more »
Software for Car Insurance Investigators
Insurance companies like to collect people’s money rather than give money out. If an insurance company is always rewarding people with large monetary settlements, they’re likely to go out of business. When vehicles are involved in accidents the question always arises: “Who or what was responsible for the damage?” Then the question morphs into,… Read more »