Golf cart accidents (also known as a golf buggy or golf car) differ from traditional passenger vehicles because of differences in the size, weight, and shape of the vehicles involved. The most common golf cart accidents involve passenger ejection, rollovers, and braking issues. Golf carts often lack seat belts and typically operate on an uneven landscape.
We are capable of real-time analysis, two-dimensional and three-dimensional imaging, calculus-based calculations, and the implementation of crush energy, momentum, rotational, and impulse-based methodologies.
Highlights of our golf cart accident investigation services include: