Mr. Boyer is a Forensic Mechanical Engineer who is experienced and accredited (ACTAR) in reconstruction and expert testimony pertaining to vehicle crashes including autos, heavy trucks, buses, construction vehicles and heavy equipment, motorcycles, bicycles, skateboards, all-terrain vehicles, go-carts, golf carts and pedestrians. He is also experienced with product failure cases such as automotive and heavy truck, consumer, industrial (shop and factory) and heavy equipment such as cranes, logging equipment, manlifts, telehandlers, etc. Mr. Boyer is experienced in injury causes such as slip and fall, trip and fall, whiplash, stairways, lighting, etc. He determines the cause of fires and explosions. Mr. Boyer is a former president of TAI, managed Freightliner’s Engineering Analysis department for a decade, taught Mechanical Engineering at University of Portland as Adjunct Professor, and directed Society of Automotive Engineers research in Heavy Truck Crashworthiness. He earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Mechanical Engineering from University of Illinois-Urbana and has been a licensed Professional Engineer in Oregon since 1984 (PE-Mechanical).