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At Voeglie & Associates, our reputation for credibility, unwavering ethics and professionalism are our highest priority because our clients deserve nothing less. 

With a decade of law enforcement experience combined with nearly 15-years as a senior level investigator with the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB), Mr. Christopher C. Voeglie brings a high standard of experience and credibility to your investigation, case management and litigation support needs.

We have over 25-years of experience in managing major accident investigations and cause analysis specializing in heavy vehicle mechanical forensics and event data collection and analysis.  We can provide you with highly credentialed, highly experienced transportation safety experts for commercial vehicle accident investigation, reconstruction and analysis.

 

Our Experience

 
Mr. Voeglie has been a transportation safety professional for more than 24 years. He has served as a Traffic Safety Officer while employed as a New Jersey law enforcement officer, as a Vehicular Homicide Unit Investigator for a County Prosecutor's Office and as a Senior Level Investigator for the U.S. National Transportation Safety Board where he served as the agency's Heavy Vehicle and Event Data Forensics expert.
 
Mr. Voeglie is responsible for pioneering the NTSB’s use of highway vehicle event data and served as the agency’s sole expert while providing technical support regarding International, Federal, State and local investigations.  He represented the NTSB in conferences, symposiums, public hearings and served on both government and industry standards working groups including the Society of Automotive Engineers, ASTM and IEEE working groups.  He has served as Chair, Co-chair and organizer for the SAE Highway Vehicle Event Data Recorder Symposium from 2004 to 2011.

 

Mr. Voeglie has conducted passenger car, tractor trailer and motorcoach vehicle testing including tire failures, vehicle dynamics, air brake system analysis, and electronic control module (ECM – “Black box”) studies.  He has authored and presented on numerous topics with respect to accident investigation and reconstruction, commercial vehicle inspection and event data collection and analysis.  He has consulted on or participated in nearly every major highway accident the NTSB investigated from 1996 to 2011. During his career he was the recipient of numerous "Special Act Awards"  in recognition of his achievements and was also honored as NTSB Investigator of the Year for 2001-2002.

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