Motorcycle Accident Analysis
James V. Ouellet

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Motorcycle Accident Analysis provides consultation, litigation support and expert witness services in motorcycle accident litigation.  With over 25 years of research, teaching, publishing and consulting in the field of motorcycle accidents, Mr. Ouellet brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to each case, whether the issues involve reconstruction of collision speeds and motions, analysis of rider evasive action performance, rider training, injury causation, alcohol effects or helmets and head-neck injuries. 
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Motorcycle accident analysis is a unique and specialized subset of vehicle accident reconstruction.  Many experts handle car, van, pickup, bus or heavy truck collisions – and the occasional motorcycle crash.  Motorcycle accident specialists are rare and solid analysis of a case demands a specialized skill set.  
Physical evidence in motorcycle accidents often differs significantly from that of car crashes and must be interpreted correctly just to begin reconstruction.
  Some of the reconstruction methods used for cars and other two-track vehicles can also be used with motorcycles while others cannot or can be used only in some circumstances.  Which reconstruction techniques work best can vary from crash to crash. 
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otorcycles are fundamentally different from two-track vehicles because motorcycles balance on a single track and must lean to turn or swerve,  and because they have separate front and rear braking systems.   As a result, about 40% of riders taking evasive action lose control of the motorcycle before they crash.  Add to this far more power-to-weight than cars and an operator who is not contained inside a protective compartment and the stage is set for all kinds of peculiarities that simply don’t happen in car crashes.