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.
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
A fire and two collisions, one involving a fatality, that occurred on Highway 401 near Chatham, Ontario on March 4, 2019, have now been given some scant publicity by local news agencies. The Chatham Daily News newspaper has been the most prominent and the London Free...read more
Why is it that we have this feeling about current politics of not waking up from some nightmare where the family of Don Vito Corleone has taken over?read more
"Roll-Up-The-Rim" has a different meaning when, every spring, Ontario drivers pay thousands of dollars to replace rims damaged from striking roadway "potholes". The meaning conveyed to the public is that this is some kind of God-sent, but innocuous, plague that we can...read more
No matter how you spin the story, the notion that the OPP Commissioner should be a good friend of the Premier of Ontario is just wrong. Independence between the top of the Ontario's police and the top of the Ontario government must be a fundamental necessity for...read more
Thousands of vehicles, including heavy trucks carrying valuable cargo were stranded in Chatham yesterday when a series of "Three Incidents" did not occur - or at least from an official news point-of-view. Social media provided photos showing major destruction between...read more
Something happened on Highway 401 east of Chatham, Ontario sometime yesterday, or the day before that. We are not really sure. But something happened. The best that the London Free Press could accomplish on their website was to provide a historical view of Highway 401...read more
Do we need fatal consequences before the public is informed of a potential safety problem? Given the lack of reporting of a truck recently crashing through a Highway 401 barrier it would appear so. There was no coverage of the incident by official news media other...read more
Recent multi-vehicle pile-ups on Highway 400 and 401 in southern Ontario demonstrate the challenges that exist when road surface and weather conditions deteriorate. The extent of those problems is rarely publicized as government agencies that are responsible for...read more
"The message has to be sent that officers can't put the public at risk by driving in this manner" (Prosecutor), but what message is sent when others travelling at higher speeds are not charged? Consistency in the application of the law is critical to the justice...read more
An irresponsible news item shown on the local CTV News channel in London Ontario claimed that police and "experts" both advise motorists to stay inside their vehicle after an accident because the vehicle is designed to take any additional impacts. Furthermore a local...read more
Although great improvements in vehicle design have saved many lives, for those incidents where design has reached its limit, modern collision avoidance is taking a giant step forward. The classic angle collision with direct impact to a driver's door is an example...read more