Nicholas Kasner, P.E.

Accident Reconstructionist

Nicholas joined A&M Forensics and Engineering, Inc. in 2009 after his graduation from Texas A&M University where he obtained his Bachelor of Science degree in Industrial Engineering. Nicholas is a licensed Professional Engineer in Texas.

While studying at Texas A&M University, Nicholas was employed with the University’s Chemistry Department where he completed maintenance, lab and safety inspections along with coordinating and managing construction projects. Nicholas was a project manager for an Industrial Engineering Senior Design Team where he worked toward improving efficiency in industry material handling. He was also the Secretary for the Texas A&M Off-Road Club where he led trail rides and ensured driver and rider safety.

Since 2004, Nicholas has worked in various capacities in ranch operations. As a farmer/rancher, he has gained invaluable hands-on experience with not only livestock, but farm and ranch equipment which has proven itself as an asset in such cases.

Nicholas specializes in the investigation, reconstruction and analysis of traffic accidents involving passenger and commercial vehicles based upon engineering and scientific principles. His focus is in heavy trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, construction equipment and pedestrian accidents as well as documenting evidence in industrial and constuction site incidents. He coordinates our crash testing and produces our animations and simulations. He is certified in HVE, ARAS 360° and Edge FX. Nicholas is certified as a Crash Data Retrieval technician and analyst.

Nicholas holds a Commercial Drivers License (CDL).

Nicholas’s CV is available upon request. Please contact us for more information.