Occupant Restraint System Evidence

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During a collision, occupant forces can lead to a wide range of evidence being left inside of a vehicle, including on the occupant restraint systems themselves. When the occupant forces interact with the seat belt webbing inside of a vehicle, they can leave behind physical evidence of loading in the form of damage to the latch plate. The analysis of this evidence can then be used to help determine whether an occupant was wearing their seat belt or not at the time of the collision. You can trust the experts at Quality Forensic Engineering, LLC, to collect and document this type of evidence during the analysis of your case.

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