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Cell: (801) 889-0890

Salt Lake Office

51 West Center Street, Suite
#317 Orem, UT 84057

Andrew A. May

—Forensic Consultant

Professional Profile

Mr. May is a Forensic Consultant with extensive experience, education, and training in the fields of Accident Reconstruction and Mechanical Engineering. He has over 20 years of experience with reconstructing collision events using advanced engineering methodologies, as well as over a decade in Mechanical Engineering design, development, and manufacturing roles. As an Adjunct Professor for 12 years, Mr. May led numerous university-level Mechanical Engineering research and design projects focused on innovation and production of mechanical engineering concepts.

At Focus Forensics, Mr. May conducts investigations and analyses of collision events, including factors related to vehicles, drivers, and roadway environments. He applies his broad and deep mechanical engineering experience to the data collection, modeling, and analytical understanding of dynamic vehicular incidents. His practice includes the evaluation of issues related to all types of transportation users, including automobiles, pedestrians, bicycles, motorcycles, commercial vehicles, transit, highway-rail grade crossings, and work zone temporary traffic control.

His role includes field investigations, data collection, vehicle and scene documentation, electronic data retrieval, and inspections of vehicular and roadway systems. Mr. May utilizes cutting edge technology to capture evidence and preserve electronic information, including FARO 3D laser scanning, Total Station laser mapping, Bosch CDR vehicle download system, commercial vehicle Engine Control Module (ECM) data extraction systems, unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) mapping and imagery, speedometer inspection, forensic photography, photogrammetry, and traffic signal data documentation. He is skilled in forensic diagramming and 3-D modeling for the analysis and demonstrative visual communication of engineering concepts.


Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah
B.S. in Mechanical Engineering

Work Experience

Focus Forensics, LLC
Consultant: 2018-Present

Director of Programs: 2015-2018
Program Manager: 2012-2015
Director of Manufacturing: 2011-2013

Director of Product Development: 2006-2011

Brigham Young University Mechanical Engineering Department
Adjunct Professor: 1996-2008

Collision Safety Engineering
Forensic Consultant: 1990-2006

Licensure and Professional Certification

Remote Pilot – Small Unmanned Aircraft System
Federal Aviation Administration

Professional Development

Department of Public Safety, State of Utah

  • Utah’s Child Passenger Safety Technical Training Course, May 2000

Focus Forensics, LLC

  • Transportation Engineering and Accident Reconstruction Insights, 2022
  • Transportation Engineering and Accident Reconstruction Insights, 2024

o Human Factors for Driver Response
o Traffic Signal Design and Operation
o Transportation Engineering Sight Distance

o Automotive Mechanical Systems and Data

o Photogrammetric Methods
o Video Analysis with Telemetry Data
o LIDAR Scanning and Data Processing
o Virtual Crash Applications for Simulation

and Animation
o PC Crash Applications for Steering and Yaw

o Expert Testimony Regulations and

o Commercial Vehicle EDR Data Extraction

and Analysis
o Vehicle EDR Systems for Toyota and General Motors


  • Training Seminar

Light Point Scientific, LLC

  • Motorcycle Collision Reconstruction, 2018
  • Advanced Photogrammetry for CollisionReconstruction, 2019


  • PC-Crash and PC-Rect Training Workshop, June 2000

Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE)

  • Vehicle Crash Reconstruction: Principles and Technology, August 2019
  • Accident Reconstruction, The Autonomous V ehicle and ADAS, 2020
  • Advanced Applications of Heavy Vehicle EDR Data, 2023

Virtual Crash

  • Collision Simulation and Reconstruction, 2021

Technical Reports and Publications

“Physical Evidence Analysis and Roll Velocity Effects in Rollover Accident Reconstruction”, SAE World Congress, 2001

Seminar and Course Presentations

“Physical Evidence Analysis and Roll Velocity Effects in Rollover Accident Reconstruction” SAE World Congress, 2001