Aviation Litigation Graphics

Demonstratives staff includes a Ph.D. in Aerospace Engineering and has ready access to a piloting expert with many hours of service in complex high-performance aircraft.  This expertise combined with Demonstratives second-to-none 3D animation quality makes Demonstratives the first choice when it comes to aviation accident animations.  Our staff has experience animating accidents involving single and multi-engine general aviation aircraft, rotorcraft, military aircraft and large commercial airplanes.  Demonstratives staff members have supported the NTSB in its animated reconstructions of noteworthy commercial aviation accidents including the explosion of TWA flight 800 over the Atlantic Ocean near East Moriches, New York.

Image of Aviation Graphics: Accident Reconstruction
August 21, 2012
A modified Cessna aircraft crashed on takeoff from a remote high altitude airport. This 3D animation shows the failed departure and crash. Contact us with questions or in regards to your individual case today.
Image of Aviation Graphics: Not A Seat Slip Accident
August 21, 2012
This 3D animation was used in an Cessna accident in which the plaintiff theory suggested that the pilot's seat slipped during takeoff causing the stall and crash. Our legal animation showed that the pilot's seat was firmly latched in place before and during the accident sequence. Contact us today for...
Image of Aviation Graphics: Propeller Strike Engine Damage
August 21, 2012
This litigation presentation shows aircraft engine damage from a prop strike. To properly showcase the engine damage, the presentation is illustrated in 3D animation. Contact us today for questions or in regards to your own case.
Image of Aviation Litigation: Helicopter Crash, Sprag Clutch Illustration
December 22, 2011
This is an aviation litigation animation Demonstratives created for the helicopter. Demonstratives was aiming to showcase facts in regards to a sprag clutch in a helicopter crash. Contact us today with questions or concerns regarding this demonstration or your individual case.
Image of Aviation Graphics: Aerodynamic Tutorial
November 3, 2011
Tutorial animations were created to teach jurors the concepts of lift, drag, stagnation and stall. The legal team was able to show the jury that the crash was caused by pilot error and not a product defect. Contact us today for questions or in regards to your own case.