Within any profession, it is important to have quick access to reliable information that is relevant to your job.  The field of accident reconstruction is no exception.  Over the past 40 years, Fay Engineering Corp. has developed an extensive library of such resources.  Many of our books and magazines are out of print and cannot be easily obtained anywhere else.  If there is a specific learned treatise or expert literature that you need, chances are we have it or know where to get it.  Feel free to give us a call at 303-333-5209 or browse our website at www.fayengineering.com.

If the issue arose today, where would you go to obtain vehicle information for a 1950’s Grumman, Nash, or DeSoto?  Believe it or not, we have needed data like this in recent cases.  Passenger vehicle, truck, and motorcycle specifications may be found in various places such as Expert AutoStats®, N.A.D.A. used car guides, the Gasoline, Diesel and Import Truck Indexes, M.V.M.A. specifications, Body Builder’s Layout Books, online sources, textbooks, course materials, and trade magazines.
We know that attorneys and claims analysts who work on accident cases need to obtain much of the same information as we do.  Here is a list of some no-cost or low-cost resources that may be of help.  For other needs, just contact us.

Person Reference: 

Richard J. Fay, M.S., P.E.
Ric D. Robinette, M.S., P.E.
Carl F. Mangone, P.E., M.S.
Randolph J. Harris B.S.Ch.E., C.F.E.I., C.V.F.I.
Patrick M. Fay, B.S.C.S.