Crash Forensics, Occupant Kinematics and Accident Reconstruction

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Crash Forensics

Motor Vehicle Crash Forensic Risk Analysis and Assessment

Motor vehicle crash forensics risk analysis includes a state of the art method of motor vehicle injury determinations based on motor vehicle crash forensics risk analysis, including principles of auto crash reconstruction, human subject crash testing, pedestrian crash reconstruction, the latest in human anatomical research and injury biomechanics, current methodologies and strategies in injury prevention using design engineering, motor vehicle diagnostic and non-invasive and invasive clinical management methods, as well as pain management methods.


Certification - Motor Vehicle Crash Forensics Risk Analysis 

Brain Injury Forensic Analysis

Motor Vehicle Crash Forensics Risk Analysis - Brain Injury


  • Determine Injury Causation
    • Direct Contact
    • Coup Counter Coup
    • Pressure Gradient Change
    • Diffuse Axonal Injury
  • Determine Potential Symptomtology due to the Collision
  • Determine Validity of Claim

Brain Injury Specific Training, Education and Experience


Dr. Mazzarella’s brain injury training involves over 78 hours of post graduate course work as well as a Certification from the Brain Injury Association of America. 

Chronic Pain Forensic Analysis

Motor Vehicle Crash Forensics Risk Analysis - Chronic Pain


  • Determine Injury Causation
    • Collision Impairment
    • Miss-Management/Miss-Treatment
    • Nociceptive Origin
    • Neuropathic Origin
    • Mixed Origin
  • Determine Potential Symptomtology due to the Collision
  • Determine Validity of Claim

Pain Management Specific Training, Education and Experience


Dr. Mazzarella’s pain management training involves over 140 continuing medical education post graduate course as well as a Certification from the American Academy of Experts in Traumatic Stress and two Diplomates from the American Academy of Pain Management and the Canadian Academy of Pain Management.  In addition, Dr. Mazzarella was elected to the Board of Directors for the Canadian Institute for the Relief of Pain and Disability in November 2013.