Mecanica Announces Addition to Forensic Scientific Team, Expanding Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction Services
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Mecanica's Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction Services provides an additional range of services for attorneys, insurance professionals, manufacturers, and research concerns. Mecanica also provides its services for legislative policy formulation.
Dr. Doria is an experienced motorcycle enthusiast, with over 150,000 street riding miles spanning North America, Central America, and Europe. He holds a certified membership with the Iron Butt Association for long-distance, endurance riding and completes a variety of motorcycling and skills course work on the street, track, and dirt. His motorcycle experience and accident reconstruction background creates a unique understanding of motorcycle capabilities, handling, dynamics, power-control systems, and rider-machine interaction.
Mecanica's Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction Services provides an additional range of services for attorneys, insurance professionals, manufacturers, and research concerns.
Dr. Doria graduated from the University of California, San Diego with a Bachelor's in Physics and obtains a Ph.D. in Ocean Physics. Professionally, he analyzes over 500 cases in the field of accident reconstruction and is a director elect on the board of the California Association of Accident Reconstruction Specialists.
Dr. Doria joins Mr. John Grindey, in expanding the division focused on Motorcycle Accident Reconstruction. Mr. Grindey is the co-founder and Chief Operating Officer of Mecanica Scientific Services Corporation. Mr. Grindey, also an Accident Reconstruction Expert with over 31 years of experience in the field of accident reconstruction, serves as both a full-time team member of the Southern Division Multidisciplinary Accident Investigation Team (MAIT) and acting team leader for 10 years, including seven years and over 450,000 miles of riding experience as a Motor Officer with the California Highway Patrol.
Mecanica has been growing since its inception in 2014 from a staff of three to twenty-two employees. With its headquarters in Oxnard, California, it has offices in Elk Grove & San Diego and subsidiary, Mecánica Científicos de México, S. de R.L. de C.V. in Mexico. Mecanica also expands its client base to include public and private entities throughout the US, Canada, and Mexico.