Gorski Consulting

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.

Recent Posts

Rear-Ended Taxi Could Result in Fatalities

OPP have just uploaded the above photo on their Twitter account showing a taxi that was rear-ended, at an undisclosed location, by a pick-up truck. Given the extent of crush at the rear of the taxi, the difference is speed between the vehicles was likely "at highway...

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New Road Data Available For Highways Near London Ontario

The Road Data webpage of this Gorski Consulting site has been updated with new data from testing along Veterans Memorial Parkway, Highway 401 and Highbury Ave in London, Ontario. As expected the data indicates the relatively smooth surface conditions along southbound...

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Fire & Fatality Involving School Bus Near Simcoe Ontario

Fires continue spread in an unusually high number of incidents over recent years. News media report these outcomes as simple footnotes without much concern. The most recent fire occurred on Windham Road 12 near Simcoe, Ontario. It was reported that an 80-year-old...

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Did OPP Say 800 % Increase in Fatal Truck Collisions?

It is an eye-popping number. But there is the headline: There was an 800 percent increase in fatal, heavy truck collisions in the North-East region of Ontario compared to last year. Wow that is frightening, a crisis is at hand. At least that is the number attributed...

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Testing the Aggressiveness of Speed Bumps

A new article has been posted by Gorski Consulting that discusses the results of testing of an aggressive section of speed bumps located on Edmonton Street in London ,Ontario, Canada. A test vehicle was driven over the bumps at moderate speeds of about 30 km/h and the...

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