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Crash Hub Referral Examples
Hello my vechicle was in an accident and was parked when it was struck by another car. The other driver is now claiming my car was on the road driving. Is it possible to retrieve the data that would show my car was parked.
I was referred to you. I’m an attorney in Hood River, OR with a van/motorcycle collision I may need to have investigated. I need information on costs for my client. Thank you.
Opposing counsel has sent us raw data from an EDR which shows up as a CDrx. What we are asking is if you or your company can open the raw data and decipher the electronic data recorder’s information. If so, can you give us a ballpark figure of how much this would cost?
I have a case where we need a 2004 Dodge Ram inspected as we believe the power steering when out causing my client to hit another vehicle head. The power steering on the truck was repaired 3 separate times in the months leading up to the crash.
I would like you to review a Bosch CDR report on a pedestrian accident case to confirm that there was “no crash judgment”. Car vs. pedestrian resulting in death.
I am a claims adjuster with xxxxx – our claim number is xxxxxx. We need EDR retrieved from a claimant’s vehicle ( 2006 Chevy Malibu) to help resolve a liability dispute. DOL is 04/20/2020 – claimant lives in Los Angeles. My direct number is xxx-xxx-xxxx
Thank you in advance
I am a criminal lawyer in the province of Quebec, in Canada. I’m working on an important impaired driving file involving a Tesla vehicle. We want to contest the speed obtained from Event Data Recorder and which the prosecution wants to put into evidence.
UNDERSTANDING THE TECHNOLOGY
Bosch CDR Tool White Paper
Any comprehensive investigation requires a detailed analysis of the various human, vehicular, and environmental factors that may have influenced or caused the event. An unbiased and reliable source of information has emerged –and even grown more powerful as in-vehicle technology has advanced: The Event Data Recorder (EDR), which is integrated into nearly every car, light truck, and SUV sold in the U.S. since 2013. The EDR is a device that automatically records important technical information inside the vehicle in the seconds before, during, and after an accident or critical event.