We are experts in accident reconstruction:
- Fraudulent collision claims
- Injury claims
- Collision avoidance
Call us: 416-977-0009
Latest Activity: Jan 17, 2012
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To all of our dear clients, and potential future clients:
You are invited to our annual charity BBQ, just in time before the deep freeeze begins. If possible, we would very much appreciate your attendence confirmation with our office 416-977-0009. Either way, we hope to see you there.
When two cars crash together, do they exchange paint transfers? This is a question that has come up many times in the past by our clients. Some have been misinformed, others just aren't sure. So, what's the answer? Well, it depends. It depends on the vehicles involved and the type of collision that they were in. If you're working on a claim where this question comes up, for a detailed explanation, call or contact me at 416-977-0009, firstname.lastname@example.org. The answer may surprise you.
If you have any other questions pertaining to staged crashes, liability issues, or occupant kinematics, call us for free consultation. We may be able to help out more than you think.
Mazda has recently signed an agreement with Bosch (the manufacturer of Crash Data Retrieval hardware & software). This will provide accident reconstruction experts the ability to download and analyze the "black boxes" in Mazda vehicles within the coming months!
To view a list of vehicles that currently have readable "black boxes", download the Kodsi Engineering "Black Box List" app for your iPhone or Blackberry.
Beware of individuals offering repair services for airbag control modules (i.e. black boxes)...
We have come across a new service, that "repairs" vehicle black boxes to original factory condition. This ofcourse is not supported by vehicle manufacturers and can cost insurance companies considerable amounts of money. Basically, a body shop could send the a vehicle's black box for repair for $100 (for example). Then, they could turn around and bill the insurance company $800 or more for the cost of a new module and pocket $700. Who would know, right? Well, nobody, unless you check after repairs have been completed.
The danger with this is that such black box repair could potentially cause airbags to misfire, not deploy at all. It is even conceivable that individuls may find a way to write false data to the black box to file fraudulent claims.
Thank to all those who attended our July 29, 2011 seminar on airbag deployment. The day was fun and very informative for all, including us at KEI. Here are some videos of the airbag testing that we conducted.
To all those attending the Annual Toronto Fraud Forum Hosted by CASIU (Trillium Chapter) and ACFE (Toronto Chapter) on September 21, 2011:
We will have an exhibition booth setup to answer questions, discuss industry news, and of course, MINGLE! Please don't hesitate to stop by during the breaks. Don't forget your business cards, prizes at the end.
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