Insurance Services Provider of Vehicle Forensics
Over 9,000 cases since 1993. Call for a free consultation: (978) 330-2100.
Every Tech Check expert has a post-secondary education in Automotive Technology or Automotive Engineering, or were former professors of that subject. Also, our automotive forensic experts have decades of prior experience as field analysts for Chrysler, Mazda, Subaru, and Kenworth. We represent the top 1% of the automotive failure analysis and forensics industry with these extraordinary credentials, which give our clients an extreme advantage. You will not find any other company in the Northeast US with employees showcasing such exceptional qualifications. But, don’t take our word for it. Look closely at the CV of the expert your currently using. From initial research to field analysis and court testimony we will see your claim through to the end.
We provide inspections daily within the New England, New York and New Jersey areas often below $90.00 per hour. All investigations are started within 24 hours after receipt, and all reports are written within 5 business days upon completion. We pride ourselves on friendly, efficient and cost-effective services, handled by the most knowledgeable vehicle experts in the Northeast.
Warning !! An Alarming and Epidemic Insurance Trend
Failure analysis of automotive, trucking and heavy equipment systems requires a formalized post-secondary education in modern vehicle systems. Nobody can dispute this scientific fact. After all, a field inspector without a formalized education cannot learn vehicle forensics by just looking at a system and guessing what happened. Unfortunately, over 90% of the people in the following fields have no formalized education in modern vehicle or equipment systems.
- Vehicle Mechanical Inspectors
- Vehicle Electrical Inspectors
- Vehicle Fire Investigators
- Accident Scene Reconstruction
They often use highly irrelevant ASE Certifications to confuse insurance adjusters, and exaggerate their extremely basic knowledge of modern vehicle and equipment systems. Most never even worked on these vehicle systems and have backgrounds as insurance appraiser, police officers or firemen. ASE Certifications have never been to certify someone for automotive or trucking failure analysis or vehicle forensics. Those simple certifications are used to certify basic mechanics, and repairing a vehicle is a world apart from failure analysis that will stand litigation scrutiny. Over 95% of our industry use terms like Automotive Forensics or Failure Analysis as marketing terms to misrepresent their ability. Unfortunately, many insurance adjusters go decades without understanding this, after dozens of investigations and hundreds of thousands to millions of dollars have passed you by. But, don’t take our word for it, look at their CV.