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A Forensic Engineering Firm 

specializing in bicycle accident 

reconstruction involving

visualization and conspicuity.



James M. Green PE, DEE has spent a great deal of his professional engineering career dealing with issues relating to visualization and conspicuity. Of particular interest has been the application of these principles to Forensic and Design Engineering.


GE Engineering, PLLC, is a multi-discipline forensic firm specializing in certain areas of engineering such as Bicycle Accident Reconstruction and General Civil Environmental Engineering.

 Click here to know what to look for when hiring a Bike Accident Reconstruction Expert.


History of Vehicular Cycling by Bruce Epperson"

 

If you are interested in the history of vehicular cycling in the United States, please see Bruce Epperson's excellent paper on the subject in the side tab. In my opinion this paper is the definitive work in this area. This is of particular interest if you have Forensic projects involving bike paths or green-ways. 

 

 

 

 

Jim is a National Champion! 

Jim won the 10,000 meter National Open Water National Championships in Fort Myers Beach, Florida on June 11, 2011 in his age group.  For full results see:  http://www.ashevillemasters.com/w/index.cfm

 

 



"Thank you for the fine work you did on Richard's bicycle wheel collapse case. Without your thorough investigation, analysis and opinion, we had no case. There was no other way we could prove that the wheel failed before the crash and not as a result of the crash. Bringing you in to the case as "the guy who wrote the book" on Bicycle Accident Reconstruction definitely gave the case credibility and put fear of losing into the defense."

Kenneth A. Rosskopf, P.C.
Attorney at Law