Who are we?
Accidenta GmbH is the partner by your side where competent, fast and cost-effective technical accident analysis is concerned. Depending on the severity of the accident, with the help from our analytical accident-sequence-report or expert report, our clients receive answers to questions concerning claims settlement in the shortest time possible. Our range of services are aimed inter alia at insurers, transport specialist lawyers and public prosecutors.
Formed in 2010, we are a young, competent and innovative company based in Münster. The origins of the company lie in decades of experience in the field of judicial accident reconstruction. Thanks to close collaboration with crashtest-service GmbH, Accidenta also has access to the world’s largest crash test database for accident reconstruction and can, therefore, for the first time draw on an extensive pool of comparative accidents. Since December 2015, Accidenta is the first company in Germany that is ISO/IEC 27001:2013 certified by TÜV for data protection in connection with the “Interdisciplinary analysis of road traffic accidents”.
For us, interdisciplinary consultancy for our clients is an important element of service and, therefore, in addition to technical consultancy, we offer in cooperation with Accidenta Law GmbH a legal assessment of the accident with regard to claims settlement. Contact us for further Details.
What do we stand for?
The company stands for independence, responsibility and innovation. In particular in the event of unclear accounts of an accident or contradictory statements by parties involved in the accident, a neutral assessment is of critical importance. In so doing, we strive to discover the truth at all times. We also consider it our responsibility to reduce unnecessary expenditure in terms of time and costs, which often results from lengthy legal processes and can be demoralising for the involved parties, to a minimum.
In the process, our expert team of engineers and technicians uses state-of-the-art technical solutions, which are continuously further developed.