We're thorough. Our no-stone-unturned analysis prepares your legal team to ask the right questions -to anticipate every possible issue that may arise under cross-examination, and to mine the greatest possible value from our expertise. We specialize in understanding. Rather than spreading our expertise across a variety of fields (such as determining the sources and impacts of explosions or fires), we focus purely on the science of biomechanics, the central science in understanding and preventing human injury. But despite our specialized and highly technical expertise, we communicate in plain non-technical language to build understanding and common ground. We're forthright. We explore the strengths and weaknesses of both sides so that your legal team can be prepared for any turn of events during questioning and cross-examination. By getting the truth from your consultant-rather than massaged 'proof' to suit a particular theory-you'll make smart, sound decisions and arguments that earn positive outcomes more often. On good things and small packages We've built the environment, the autonomy and the concentration to be proactive and thorough in our work. Our smaller caseload allows us to focus more energy on every client, and to deliver greater value than consultants at big firms or universities. Synaptic Analysis Consulting Group, Inc. is an engineering consulting firm that specializes in injury biomechanics and accident reconstruction. Our team of engineers perform in-depth technical analyses of real world accidents involving transportation, the workplace, sport, and recreational activities to provide our clients with essential information about the event. We have experience in a wide spectrum of environments including automotive, bicycle, motorcycle, pedestrian, workplace, construction site, and sport. We answer questions regarding exactly how a specific collision and a specific injury occurred and evaluate methods for injury prevention. In addition, we also carry out research, testing, and analysis of safety equipment, such as helmets. Our Accident Reconstruction Group applies scientific and engineering principles to identify causes and factors contributing to transportation collisions. Experience applying and measuring injurious loads to biological tissues gives our Injury Biomechanics Group the capability to say how likely it is that a specific injury resulted from a specific event and the detailed mechanism of the injury.