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.
14 persons are officially reported to have died in a collision between a bus carrying local hockey players and a truck. The collision reportedly occurred some time after 1700 hours on Friday, April 6, 2018. The crash occurred on Highway 35 approximately 30 kilometres...read more
The Hamilton Spectator Newspaper quoted the Hamilton Police Reconstruction Unit when they indicated that the cause of the collision which killed Mohammed Deeb on Lawrence Road in Hamilton, Ontario on March 31, 2018 was a combination of speed, wet roads and drug...read more
Gouges in the pavement, fluid spray and vehicle debris mark the location of a significant head-on collision on Clarke Road North of Fanshawe Park Road over the weekend. While the official news media have not mentioned it, a serious, head-on collision occurred on...read more
Further to our earlier news post of March 25, 2018, where we reported that 96% of loss-of-control vehicles travelling southbound through the S-curve of Clarke Road in London are not documented, we have now finished a detailed article discussing the research and its...read more
Eight members of the Hart family shown in the above photo were reported killed when their vehicle travelled off the Pacific Coast Highway near Westport California. We should come to accept that speculation will always exist, in one form or another, in the thoughts of...read more
Ninety-Six Percent of Loss-Of-Control Vehicles That Slide Through An Opposing Lane Are Never Documented In Police Records
Research by Gorski Consulting indicates that vehicular loss-of-control events would need to be very obvious or deadly before they become noted in police-reported collision data. The latest findings from an eight-year-long research study conducted by Gorski Consulting...read more
You know this could end badly! There are many policy-makers who trust their data and researchers to conclude that something is a good idea. One such good idea was the limiting of truck speeds in Ontario to just over 100 km/h. That seemed fine because these trucks...read more
Video has been released showing the circumstances where a pedestrian was struck and killed by a Uber vehicle that was reportedly in fully autonomous mode in Tempe, Arizona on March 19, 2018. Experts have been quoted as saying the vehicle’s lidar systems should have...read more
Ontario’s new Police Act bill has been passed but it is uncertain whether its changes will be beneficial. Increasing the power of certain oversight bodies does not necessarily increase the benefits to society when monitoring and evaluating police actions. The question...read more
There is no need to obtain better data on why pedestrian collisions are on the increase. To almost all of us it is obvious. Why bother with more studies and statistics and data and ….We are all experts on why pedestrian collisions and their associated injuries and...read more
Fatality From Possible Harpooning of Vehicle by Guardrail on Hwy 400 – How Could This Happen?Fatality From Possible Harpooning of Vehicle by Guardrail on Hwy 400 – How Could This Happen?
Why are police and news media not informing the public that the harpooning of the vehicle by a guardrail where a fatality occurred earlier this morning is not an acceptable consequence? Police and news media seem to be avoiding the obvious as a vehicle was reportedly...read more
This impact damage to the east railing at Wharncliffe Road and Horton Street in London in February, 2018 has not raised any safety eyebrows. Gorski Consulting has made several references to the dangers of roadside rails that, upon impact, create an exposed end of the...read more