Sources of Electronic Evidence in Vehicle Crashes

December 16, 2020, 10:00 am - 11:00 am (PST)
| Location: Zoom, your home office
Sources of Electronic Evidence in Vehicle Crashes

When a crash happens, almost all modern cars save information in an on-board Event Data Recorder (EDR). While still valuable to our experts in collision reconstruction, EDR data is far from the only source of electronic evidence they have access to today. In this webinar created specifically for legal and insurance professionals, our experts will demonstrate what electronic evidence can be retrieved from cars, motorcycles, bicycle computers and other bits of modern technology, and how they can use it to make a difference in your cases. We hope you will join us.




December 16th, 2020 10:00 AM Pacific / 1:00 PM Eastern On Zoom


From Teslas to bicycle computers, and from airbag modules to infotainment systems, our modern vehicles are generating and storing an ever-increasing amount of data. Learn how our experts Russell Gish, Janice Lee and Craig Wilkinson can extract, interpret, and use this electronic evidence in their analysis to get the answers central to your case.

Our presenters are certified continuing education providers by the California State Bar, and our courses are accredited by the Law Societies of British Columbia and Ontario.

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