Forensic Consulting, Technology & Animations

Unparalleled experience, period.

DJS Associates Technology

Our Technology

State-of-the-art technology utilized by DJS provides a comprehensive approach for evaluating, analyzing, preparing and presenting our cases.

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24/7 Response

24/7 Response

DJS Associates’ Rapid Response Team is available at a moment’s notice to investigate and document a collision or site when needed.

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DJS Associates 3D Animations

3D Animations

The ability to accurately replicate and visualize the scene in a 3D world provides the opportunity to evaluate a limitless number of scenarios.

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Experts

Experts

The professionals at DJS share a common commitment to providing honest and accurate assessments, and rendering ethical opinions.

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Who is DJS Associates?


For over 50 years, DJS Associates, Inc. has been, and continues to be, a trusted source of quality forensic consulting and litigation support services for the legal community, insurance industry, government entities, and the public and private sectors. Our global experience in all aspects of forensic investigation, comprised of forensic engineering, technologies and animations, is further complemented by an independent storage, inspection and conference facility to secure, test, analyze and document accident and crime scene evidence.

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DJS Associates provides scientific investigation and expert testimony to the insurance, legal and engineering professions, as well as government entities. Our forensic experts are nationally recognized, board-certified specialists. The professionals at DJS Associates share a common commitment to providing honest and accurate assessments, and rendering ethical opinions.

Our broad range of expertise can assist with most types of investigations including, but not limited to:

  • Accident / Collision Reconstruction
  • Automotive / Motorcycles / Trucking
  • Transportation / Traffic Engineering
  • Biomechanical / Human Factors
  • Aquatics / Recreation
  • Premise Liability / Security
  • Slip, Trip and Fall
  • Product Liability / Material Failure
  • Electrical / Mechanical
  • Civil / Structural / OSHA
  • Medical / Nursing / Nursing Homes
  • Toxicology / Pharmacology

 

 

From the Scene to A 3D Animation

With the use of 3D laser scanners and 3D computer applications, DJS Associates has the ability to quickly and accurately replicate the incident scene into a three-dimensional environment, providing clients the opportunity to evaluate a limitless number of scenarios without the constraints typically found in the actual scene recreation.

Car Accident Reconstruction Photograph

 

 

DJS Happenings

 

Justin Schorr
Motor Carrier Accidents/The Big-Rig: Investigating Tractor-Trailer Accidents

On Wednesday, June 9th, 2021, Justin P. Schorr, Ph.D., Principal Collision Reconstruction Engineer, will be presenting part one of the webinar, “Motor Carrier Accidents/The Big-Rig: Investigating Tractor-Trailer Accidents” for the American Trucking Association will address the technical and practical aspects of tractor-trailer accident litigation including what makes the analysis of a heavy vehicle collision different from the collision between two passenger vehicles. He will discuss the potential need for expertise in collision reconstruction; the mechanical understanding of how a heavy vehicle “works,” as well as the need for an understanding of the trucking industry from driver training to the maintenance of a fleet of vehicles. To learn more about his topic, contact Lauren Latzko at 215-659-2010 or via email at lat@forensicDJS.com

 

Infotainment
Mobile Forensic Hide and Seek: Where is Your Data Hiding?

On Thursday, June 17th, 2021, Timothy R. Primrose, Mobile Forensic Analyst, will be presenting a webinar on his topic, “Mobile Forensic Hide and Seek: Where is Your Data Hiding?” This webinar will address the methods that forensic analysts use in order to retrieve pertinent data for investigations relevant to criminal and civil cases. Tim will identify what data can or cannot be retrieved from smartphones, methods of extraction, and pairing devices that contribute data to or copy data from smartphones. Participants will be introduced to practical and theoretical obstacles surrounding the acquisition of smartphones, along with the intricacies of analyzing the data retrieved through real life case studies and extractions. To learn more about his topic or if you are interested in setting up a webinar for your firm/company, contact Lauren Latzko at 215-659-2010 or via email at lat@forensicDJS.com.

 

Scott King
Motor Carrier Accidents/The Big-Rig: Investigating Tractor-Trailer Accidents

On Wednesday, June 30th, 2021, R. Scott King, BSME, CFEI, Principal Automotive/Mechanical Engineer, will be presenting part two of “Motor Carrier Accidents/The Big-Rig: Investigating Tractor-Trailer Accidents” for the American Trucking Association. His presentation will address the technical and practical aspects of tractor-trailer accident litigation including what makes the analysis of a heavy vehicle collision different from the collision between two passenger vehicles. He will discuss the potential need for expertise in collision reconstruction; the mechanical understanding of how a heavy vehicle “works,” as well as the need for an understanding of the trucking industry from driver training to the maintenance of a fleet of vehicles. To learn more about his topic, contact Lauren Latzko at 215-659-2010 or via email at lat@forensicDJS.com.

 

Automated Vehicles
Ambivalent Automation: How Will Automated Vehicles Affect the Collision Investigation Industry.

On Monday, June 14th, 2021, Justin P. Schorr, Ph.D., Principal Collision Reconstruction Engineer, will be presenting a CLE webinar on the topic “Ambivalent Automation: How Will Automated Vehicles Affect the Collision Investigation Industry.” This webinar will present a 2021 update to the driverless vehicle landscape including discussion of crash and disengagement data from the past year and the current state of “self-certified” safety. A science-based perspective will be developed to help evaluate the potential future and timeline of this technology. Finally, this framework will be applied to modern-day failure scenarios involving automated safety systems already present on many vehicles. Please see below for the list of approved states.

Georgia (1 credit)
Illinois (1 credit)
Pennsylvania (1 credit)
West Virginia (1.2 credits)
Florida (1.5 credits)

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