Louis A. Robinson, ACTAR

Senior Consultant

Forensic Services



Mr. Louis Robinson is an Accredited Accident Reconstructionist through the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR #2102). Starting as a Patrol Trooper in 1996, Mr. Robinson was a member of the Pennsylvania State Police for 25 years, including 9 years as Collision Reconstructionist and 22 years as a Motor Carrier Inspector.

From 2007 until 2016, he worked on the Pennsylvania State Police C.A.R.S. Unit as a Collision Analysis Reconstructionist Specialist where he investigated hundreds of serious and fatal vehicle collisions and has 9 years of experience in traffic crash reconstruction involving motor vehicles, commercial vehicles, motorcycles, and pedestrians.

Mr. Robinson’s areas of expertise include motor vehicle crash reconstruction, motorcycle crash reconstruction, pedestrian/bicycle versus vehicle crash reconstruction, commercial vehicle crash reconstruction, event data recorder (EDR) analysis for passenger vehicles and heavy trucks, seatbelt analysis, and occupant kinematics. He has extensive training in crash scene mapping using a Total Station and a 3D scanner.

Mr. Robinson’s expertise also includes Commercial Vehicle Enforcement as a Motor Carrier Inspector. Mr. Robinson received specialized training in General Hazardous Materials Inspections, Cargo Tank Inspections, Passenger Vehicle Inspections, School Bus Inspections, and Level VI Inspections (Radioactive Materials). During his time as Motor Carrier Inspector, Mr. Robinson served as the Coordinator for all Motor Carrier Enforcement activity in three counties and was the immediate supervisor for the Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Team.


• Accredited Accident Reconstructionist: Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR #2102)

• Bosch Certified Crash Data Retrieval Technician and Analyst

• Child Passenger Safety Technician (NHTSA)

• RADAR Certifications

• State Trooper: Pennsylvania State Police Academy

• Memberships: International Network of Collision Reconstructionists (INCR); Pennsylvania Collision Analysis and Reconstruction Society (PCARS)