Motorcycle Accidents

The reconstruction of motorcycle accidents requires first-hand experience in the riding and operation of a motorcycle.

An understanding of engineering and physics is essential to any accident reconstructionist’s ability to interpret and analyze accident related evidence. However, in motorcycle accident reconstruction, the physical evidence is often misinterpreted due to a reconstructionist’s inexperience and lack of understanding of motorcycle dynamics. Therefore, the reconstruction of motorcycle accidents requires not only the knowledge and understanding of engineering and physics, but is also enhanced by first-hand experience in the riding and operation of a motorcycle.

The motorcycle accident reconstructionists at Knott Laboratory are avid motorcycle enthusiasts with extensive motorcycling experience. From cross-country touring to off-road riding our engineers have the experience to understand all aspects of motorcycle dynamics and handling. The combined training, education and experience of our motorcycle accident reconstruction team ensures that any motorcycle accident, or motorcycle related failure, can be handled properly and professionally.

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Since 1982, Knott Laboratory has been providing comprehensive forensic engineering and computer animation services to reconstruct accidents.

High Profile Cases

Knott Laboratory has become the leader in forensic engineering and computer animation by investigating high profile cases and conveying our analysis effectively during litigation.

Experts in the Field

Our forensic engineers are experts in accident reconstruction, failure analysis and cause & origin. Our forensic engineers work directly with our in-house animation department to create state-of-the-art forensic animations for use in court, arbitration, mediation or settlement negotiations.

Richard M. Ziernicki, Ph.D., P.E.

President & CEO, Principal Mechanical Engineer

(303) 925-1900

Ben T. Railsback, M.S., P.E.

Director of Mechanical Engineering

(303) 925-1900

Steve D. Knapp, P.E., CFEI, CVFI

Senior Engineer

(303) 925-1900

William H. Pierce, P.E.

Senior Engineer

(303) 925-1900

Ricky L. Nguyen, M.S., P.E.

Mechanical Engineer

(303) 925-1900

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