WHAT EXACTLY IS A VEHICULAR FORENSIC EVALUATION?
+ On-site vehicle teardown and inspection.
+ Forensic documentation and photographs.
+ Estimated cost of repair.
+ Collision and construction characteristics of vehicle.
+ Computerized measuring.
+ Post repair verification.
+ Expert witness and deposition testimony.
Get some answers to these questions:
Why so some vehicles show a great deal of damage while others do not in the same type of impact?
Why does final repair bill sometimes tell you a better story than the estimate?
Why the original estimate is normally less than the actual cost to repair?
If there was a different approach to finding the actual damage on the car?
If some cars might "hide" damage?
If there was a way that the true damage could be documented and explained in a way that could be understood by the average person?