Gorski Consulting is a forensic motor vehicle accident reconstruction firm offering expert analysis and opinion to the legal, insurance, and private plaintiff/defendant communities for the resolution of civil and criminal litigation issues.
Since 1980, Zygmunt Gorski, the principal of the firm, has worked in the safety research and accident reconstruction fields. He has provided reconstruction analysis and expert opinions and testimonies for hundreds of vehicle accidents.
Did we really believe that surrendering vehicle control to a complex of bits and bytes was going to solve all our motor vehicle safety problems? Just look in the air for a clue as to what's too come. In grandpa's days, when the steering wheel did not turn the wheels...read more
There is no question that Jaskirat Singh's mistake of driving his truck through a stop sign was a major causal factor in the deaths of the multiple occupants of the Humboldt Broncos bus on a Saskatchewan intersection on 6 April of 2018. That point has been the focus...read more
Federal Safety Agencies claim that is it is faster to get Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) installed voluntarily than by being forced by legislation. According to a 2015 voluntary agreement among twenty manufacturers, ten of those manufacturers installed AEB...read more
There must be some further reason why a massive police presence was required when a vehicle was found stopped in a Highway 3 ditch near Windsor yesterday. The Windsor Star newspaper reported that two occupants fled after their vehicle "rollover" in a ditch of Highway...read more
Gorski Consulting has posted a number of warnings about the apparent increase in the numbers of fires occurring in motor vehicle collisions, or sometimes when vehicles are not even being driven. The latest incident on King Street in Toronto had significant...read more
An Assistant Director of Transportation for Arizona, Steve Boschen, believes Interstate I-10 near Tuscon "...is actually much safer without barriers". He states further: "If there is an incident, the vehicle has a better chance at stopping once it hits the dirt...read more
Moving over for stopped emergency vehicles can create rather than avoid traffic safety problems. A recent photo of the scene of a traffic collision on Highway 401 exemplifies one of the problems. The photo below shows that some vehicles have stopped on the right side...read more
A recent fatal impact of an unprotected concrete pillar of the Highway 402 overpass at Glendon Road begs the question what kinds of roadside protections are warranted to prevent such tragedies. There are standards that exist in Roadside Design Manuals that are...read more
Scant information on social media sites indicates that a transport truck may have crossed through the high-tension median cable barrier of Highway 401 near Bloomfield Road, Chatham, yesterday, March 12, 2019. A photo posted by Matt Lajoie shows the damaged left front...read more
Police and news media have not discussed the details of how a female driver was fatally injured when her SUV struck an unprotected pillar of an overpass on Highway 402 at Glendon Drive. The following discussion will provide some of those details. It was reported that...read more
With a 2016 traffic volume of 21800 vehicles, why was the overpass pillar on Highway 402 at Glendon Drive not protected by a barrier when its impact resulted in a fatality earlier this morning? It is being reported that at approximately 0200 hours this morning an...read more
The unnerving reality is that your new car is a computer on wheels. Do you have anti-virus protection? A March 7, 2019 article by Jim Motavalli of the New York Times entitled "Locking More Than the Doors as Cars Become Computers on Wheels", gives us an insight of what...read more