Mike Shaloski

Assistant Forensic Accident Reconstructionist

Mike Shaloski is an Assistant Forensic Accident Reconstructionist out of our Arkansas office.  He performs investigations, inspections, testing, and reconstruction of vehicle accidents involving automobiles, tractor-trailers, motorcycles, bicycles, and pedestrians, as well as computer simulation and animation.  Mike has over 20 years of experience between his time working for A&M Forensics and Engineering and Bentley Technical Services, Inc., where he has investigated and documented well over 1000 cases. Mike attended Northern Arizona University, studying Police Science and Administration.  He has also studied accident reconstruction and heavy-duty vehicle inspection at IPTM, along with attending OEM, SAE, and other courses in heavy-duty truck data extraction.  He is a certified Crash Data Retrieval (CDR) Technician and Analyst, FAA licensed SAU Drone Pilot and certified Detroit Diesel Data Extraction Operator.  His prior employment has provided Mike with knowledge and familiarity with CAD drafting, HVE software, pneumatic brake systems, and other data gathering regarding accident reconstruction.

Mike enjoys fishing and the outdoors as well as spending time with his friends and family.

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