Our motto is we can investigate “anything that moves”.
Understanding that impacts of all types obey the same scientific laws of physics and engineering, fundamental safety principles, combined with using forensic levels of investigation, analysis, biomechanics and testing methods results in robust incident causation analysis and countermeasure development where needed.
With over 30 years consulting experience, Dr Rechnitzer beings both an academic expertise with practical applied engineering expertise to transport cases and investigations that have included Quad Bikes, Go-Karts, ATVs, heavy vehicle rollovers, forklifts, straddle carriers, tractors, grain augers, vehicle collisions, train crashes, level crossing crashes, and military and police vehicles.
George Rechnitzer and Associates specialize in providing high quality, independent, reliable, detailed accident reports to assist in legal proceedings. Dr. Rechnitzer has over 30 years of experience in car accident reports and is considered to be among the best in the field. With vast industry experience and academic expertise, Dr. Rechnitzer is well-equipped to offer expert support for your legal needs.
Transport cases and investigations that Dr. Rechnitzer has been a part of include passenger vehicles, 4WDs, SUVs, heavy vehicles, trains, buses, trams, bicycles, motorcycles, quad bikes, tractors, straddle carriers, forklifts, EWPs, and more!
Our investigations are based on the scientific method and well established reconstruction principles that help us provide our clients with effective litigation support. Our extensive industry experience and knowledge of vehicle dynamics, forensic accident investigation, analysis, bio-mechanics and testing procedures all combine to produce detailed, reliable and insightful incident reports.
Call us today to speak with Dr Rechnitzer and we can discuss our ability to provide you with expert support for your transport safety, investigation and engineering needs.
Dr Rechnitzer was a member of the Victorian Transport Association’s ‘On-Road Operator’s Group’ and meetings for a number of years till 2012.