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Qforensics Welcomes Megan Parker, BSME to Our Team of Engineers

Please join us in welcoming Megan Parker, BSME to the Qforensics team. Ms. Parker is a Mechanical Engineer and new graduate of Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. She assists with accident reconstruction cases involving a variety of forensic engineering issues. Megan uses cutting edge technologies such as FARO scanners, Bosch CDR tools, and small unmanned aircraft systems …

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Qforensics Celebrates 5-Year Anniversary: Commitment to Quality, Innovation & Service

TALLAHASSEE, FL, July 1, 2024 – Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC (Qforensics), a full-service forensic engineering firm, is celebrating its 5th anniversary on July 1, 2024, reflecting on an extraordinary journey of growth and commitment to providing world-class forensic engineering services to the legal community. The company’s impressive growth over the past five years is a …

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National Secure Your Load Day: Traffic Safety is Everyone’s Responsibility

National Secure Your Load Day Today is National Secure Your Load Day. This traffic safety campaign was founded in 2004 by Washington state resident Robin Abel after her life was altered by an unsecured load that nearly killed her daughter. This day serves as an important reminder that the safety of our roads depends on each …

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Quality Forensic Engineering Welcomes Five New Team Members

TALLAHASSEE, FL, May 7, 2024 – In March and April, Qforensics welcomed five new team members in the following locations; West Palm Beach, Colorado Springs, Indianapolis, and two in Tallahassee. Read on to learn more about our newest team members and their specialties. Meet Qforensics’ Newest Hires   Cameron Trepeck, Ph.D., P.E., ACTAR  Biomechanical Engineer …

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Seat Belts: Objects in Motion Stay in Motion

While seat belts are proven safety devices, severe accidents can still cause serious injury to properly restrained occupants. Newton’s first law states that objects in motion remain in motion until acted upon by an outside force. In a collision, a vehicle’s sudden stop does not instantly halt the occupant’s forward momentum. Seat belts effectively bind …

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Vehicle Devices

Many vehicles on the road, including both passenger and commercial vehicles, may contain valuable data in the form of third-party devices. Devices such as dash cameras can contain additional data, such as speed and braking information, outside of just showing footage of the collision. Other third-party devices may not capture video footage, but may contain …

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