Dr. Jeremy Cummings is the principal scientist and CEO of Cummings Scientific, LLC, he has over 11 years experience in the areas of forensic and scientific analysis. He specializes in biomechanical analysis, injury causation, human factors, low-speed impacts, slip and fall accidents, motorcycle accidents, pedestrian accidents, bicycle accidents, visibility analysis, seatbelt and airbag analysis and accident reconstruction. He has extensive testifying experience and works for both the plaintiff and defense.
Doctor of Philosophy: Biomedical Engineering – University of North Carolina - Chapel Hill Bachelor's of Science: Applied and Materials Science – UNC - Chapel Hill
Accredited Traffic Accident Reconstructionist Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR), #1465. National Child Passenger Safety board certification, CPS#707997
AAAM – Association for the Advancement of Automotive Medicine ASB – American Society of Biomechanics ASTM – American Society for Testing and Materials BMES – Biomedical Engineering Society SAE – Society of Automotive Engineers
Biller, B.A., Cummings, J.R., Photogrammetry in Accident Reconstruction. Florida Engineering Journal, June Issue 2010
Cummings, J.R., Osterholt, G.D., Calhoun, D.V., Biller, B.A., Occupant Friction Coefficients on Various Combinations of Seat and Clothing. SAE, 2009. 2009-01-1672
Cummings, J. R., Fletcher, H. J., Biller, B. A., Scanlan, S., Lamb, R., & Russo, M. D. (2016). Estimates of Motorcycle Speed Made By Eyewitnesses Under Ideal Experimental Conditions. Accident Reconstruction Journal, 12–17.