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Collision Investigator

Providing services as a Collision Investigator in Ireland.

Collision Investigator Covering Sligo & Ireland

Collisions and accidents can happen anytime, anywhere. Whether it’s a small accident or a full collision, the aftermath and result can be devastating. As Collision investigators, we investigate accidents from every possible angle. We also collect as much available data and information as possible to determine the fault and exactly what happened. This can be useful for court cases and insurance claims, especially when a driver is at fault. Here at TACC, we provide a range of services that assist us as Collision Investigator to uncover the truth behind each collision.

The role of a Collision Investigator is to assist the court with matters outside of their own understanding. Through detailed investigation, an expert can provide an answer to several typical questions including;

  • Approach Speed Of Involved Parties
  • Impact Speed
  • Response Times
  • Mechanical Condition Of The Vehicle(s)
  • Any Environmental Factor That Could Have Caused Or Contributed To The Collision
  • Approach Speed That Would Have Made The Collision Avoidable.

The evidence provided by a Collision Investigator can completely transform a court case. It can also help with certifying other evidence and determining exactly what happened at the time of the accident. If you are looking for Collision Investigation Services, speak to TACC today.

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Our Services As A Collision Investigator

Through Collision Investigation, we can determine the fault and exactly what happened. Through our years of experience and relevant training, we can visit the site of the collision and provide an accident investigation to suit the case. From delivering the facts to providing detailed reports, we can provide a range of information to suit the request. We also provide a variety of services through Collision Investigation including:

  • Forensic Collision Investigation
  • Technical Forensic Vehicle Examination
  • Scene Scale Plan Digital Image
  • Vehicle Damage Assessment
  • Vehicle Mechanics Examination
  • Vehicle Modification Certification SQI
  • Event Data Recorder Analysis
  • Digital Tachograph Analysis

If you are looking for an expert in Accident Investigation that can support a case then we can help. The team at TACC have years of experience, working with Garda and providing our expert advice and guidance. Our director, PJ Gallagher has worked on hundreds of cases from Road Safety to Road Traffic Accidents. His role has been vital to support garda cases and also cases in court. If you need a detailed accident investigation, don’t hesitate to call.

The Collision Investigation Process

The process of investigating a collision is complex and involves several steps. Each step provides information that is used to provide a detailed, accurate report. From site visits to witness interviews, we can collect the relevant data using our years of experience and relevant training to determine the facts. The steps within the Collision Investigation Process include the following.

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Scene Examination

The first step in the process of Collision Investigation is Scene Examination. This is one of the most crucial steps in the collision investigation process. The first step involves gathering physical evidence and documenting the scene of the collision to determine exactly what happened and how. When arriving at the scene, the first step is to secure the area and ensure the safety of everyone involved. Once safe, a collision investigator such as PJ Gallagher will begin examining the scene.

The first thing to look for is any physical evidence that can provide an idea as to what happened. This includes tire marks, debris, damage to other vehicles or objects, or any other evidence. This evidence can help to reconstruct the collision. Once gathered, accident investigators will use various tools and techniques such as measuring distance and angles, taking photographs and creating diagrams. This allows them to record the data.

Witness Interviews

Following a scene examination, another vital step is Witness Interviews. Talking to witnesses who saw the collision can provide important information as to what happened. It is vital to speak to witnesses as soon as possible once a collision has happened. This allows for accurate recall and evidence from witnesses of a collision while the information is still fresh in their memory. A collision investigator can speak to witnesses to collect as much information as possible. This information will help with confirming evidence from the scene examination.

Collecting witness evidence is a vital step in the process as having on-site witnesses of an accident can provide accurate, detailed information that is otherwise unknown. Also, witnesses can confirm whether certain events did or did not happen. Overall, a very important step.

Vehicle Examination

Through a scene examination and witness interviews, a lot can be determined. However, a detailed vehicle examination can confirm or deny several facts from an accident. By examining a vehicle, an investigator can determine facts surrounding vehicle malfunction and what caused the accident to occur. Also, assessing the damage on a vehicle can help to uncover the severity of the accident and just how bad the accident was.

The main benefits of vehicle examination are determining the point of impact and the forces involved. For example, noticing severe damage on the front of a vehicle, we can assume that the vehicle has driven into something or something has driven into it. However, if the vehicle had been damaged on the side, it would be assumed that something had hit the vehicle or the vehicle had contacted something. This can then be confirmed with other evidence.

Frequently Asked Questions About Collision Investigator In Ireland

Below, you can find a selection of Frequently Asked Questions regarding our investigative services in Ireland. From how we can help to how our investigation results make a difference, you can find the answers to questions below.

If you have a different question or would like to get started with our services, contact our team today.

The role of a Collision Investigator in Ireland is to investigate collisions and accidents, collect available data and information, and determine the fault and exactly what happened. This information is useful for court cases and insurance claims, especially when a driver is at fault.

TACC provides a range of services as a Collision Investigator in Ireland, including Forensic Collision Investigation, Technical Forensic Vehicle Examination, Scene Scale Plan Digital Image, Vehicle Damage Assessment, Vehicle Mechanics Examination, Vehicle Modification Certification SQI, Event Data Recorder Analysis, and Digital Tachograph Analysis.

The Collision Investigation process in Ireland involves several steps, including Scene Examination, Witness Interviews, and Vehicle Examination. These steps provide information that is used to provide a detailed, accurate report. From site visits to witness interviews, Collision Investigators can collect relevant data using years of experience and relevant training to determine the facts.

Witness Interviews are a vital step in the Collision Investigation process. Talking to witnesses who saw the collision can provide important information as to what happened. It is vital to speak to witnesses as soon as possible once a collision has happened. This allows for accurate recall and evidence from witnesses of a collision while the information is still fresh in their memory.

Vehicle Examination is important in the Collision Investigation process because it can confirm or deny several facts from an accident. By examining a vehicle, an investigator can determine facts surrounding vehicle malfunction and what caused the accident to occur. Also, assessing the damage on a vehicle can help to uncover the severity of the accident and just how bad the accident was.

TACC are Traffic Accident Collision Consultants in Sligo, Ireland. We specialise in collision and accident investigation services to determine fault and evidence. With over 30 years of experience, we can help you to determine the cause of an accident and what happened. With detailed, court-ready reports, our team can stand witness and provide evidence to solidify a case.

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Larass,
Strandhill,
Sligo  F91W2F4

PJGallagher@tacc.ie
085 1654694