Forensic Trio, Inc., the
PO Box 1012
Lafayette, Co 80026
303 661 0638

the Forensic Trio, Inc., provides expert forensic services to law firms and/or parties of litigation. Max Scott, the CEO, has over 1400 hours of forensic training at the Traffic Institute of Northwestern University, IPTM of the University of North Florida, SAE, Evidence Photographers International Council (EPIC) and other institutions of the forensic sciences. Training includes crime scene forensics, bloodstain analysis, numerous areas of accident reconstruction (auto, pedestrian, motorcycle, seatbelts, etc.) seating position, occupant kinematics, tire and lamp forensics, forensic photography and photogrammetry (analysis of photographs).

Mr. Scott's 41 years of experience includes the investigation and reconstruction of a few thousand civil and criminal cases, many of which involved fatalities in motor vehicle accidents, and homocide (crimes of violence). Mr. Scott has testified as an expert numerous times in court cases in numerous states.

Several computer programs are used for accident reconstruction, crime scene reconstruction, annimations and diagramming via photogrammetry. the Forensic Trio maintains an extensive forensic library. Staff have bilingual English/Spanish capabilities.

Mr. Scott's resume, case list of expert witness testimony and fee schedule are available upon request. For a brief resume see Experts: Max J Scott or visit our other web site listed below.

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We gather and analyze forensic data from the three participants of the forensic event, the scene, the witnesses and the evidence, where "something is taken and something is left". Hence, the forensic trio provides the empirical data used in the forensic event reconstruction process.

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