Washington Accident Reconstruction Investigation

Each day across the United States, people and machines react unexpectedly, causing thousands of accidents. Each day, across the country, accidents claim lives or cause permanent injuries. When an accident occurs, it is often not enough to simply say that something went wrong. An accident investigation and accident reconstruction can determine exactly what happened and also can help prevent future accidents. Additionally, accident investigators can provide expert testimony in trials to hold the correct party accountable for the damage incurred by the accident.

The most common accident investigation deals with vehicular accidents. Car wrecks happen daily and it helps to have a third party on your side when insurance companies and police are dragging their feet dealing with your car accident. Accident investigations, however, are not limited to automobiles. Marine investigations, for example, investigate boating accidents and other accidents on the water. Employee accident investigations are often conducted by insurance companies and employers to determine what exactly occurred when an employee was injured on the job for worker compensation issues. Personal injury investigations are general types of investigations that try to get to the root of an accident in which someone was injured.

Depending on the nature of the accident, our accident investigator would include visits to the accident site as well as interviews with witnesses and with those involved. These special investigators are trained to check not only the immediate area but adjacent businesses and homes for additional evidence possibilities that could turn your case around. Our investigators using  documentation of the scene, notes and photographs will attempt accident reconstruction, which means that they will try to re-create exactly what happened so they can see exactly what took place and how.

Olympic Tactical & Investigations can provide all of these types of investigations for you or your business.  Call and speak with an investigator today.

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