Philip Hoyes has experience in the investigation, analysis and reconstruction of vehicle incidents and vehicle fires. A qualified Collision Investigator, he regularly examines motor vehicles with respect to consistency of alleged accident damage, occupant kinematics and component failure.
Paul Fidler manages catastophic personal injury, serious and fatal cases at GBB. He has a degree in physics and is a full member of the Institute of Physics. Paul has experience acting in an expert witness capacity and has given evidence in court for both civil and criminal proceedings.
Dr Richard Ellwood is an chartered engineer with a Doctorate, Honours Degree and an HND in Automotive Engineering and related subjects. He examines vehicles and components, conducts in-depth failure analysis investigations and reconstructs road traffic collisions.
Ian Clark is a Forensic Collision Investigator employed by GBB (UK) Ltd and is a former police officer with Humberside Police. He qualified as a forensic collision investigator in 1996, having attended at and investigated many hundreds of road traffic incidents ranging from non-injury damage only matters to those involving multiple fatalities.
Ronnie is a qualified motor mechanic with experience in the repair of private and commercial vehicles with a sound understanding of the materials and techniques used in their construction. He has attended many hundreds of collisions shortly after their occurrence, ranging in severity from non-injury impacts to fatal collisions. He has used this invaluable experience in ascertaining how various vehicles, construction techniques and materials behave on impact.
A former Crime Scene Investigator, Daniel has worked as a Forensic Collision Investigator with GBB since 2007. Daniel has experience acting in an expert witness capacity and has given evidence in court for both civil and criminal proceedings as well as being proficient in the preparation of reports for court.
Malcolm Sladden is a Consultant Automotive Engineer employed by GBB. Following his early career in the motor industry, he has been employed as an independent expert for seventeen years, a staff engineer with a major insurer for five years and an accident investigator for three years.
Robert Gisby has attended over 850 live road traffic collisions of varying severity on behalf of the Department for Transport and the Highways Agency, conducting locus inspections, vehicle damage examinations and investigating collision and occupant injury causation.
Ady routinely inspects collision vehicles for damage correlation and regularly conducts 3-Dimensional laser scanning and post processing on historical collision scenes and damaged vehicles. He is experienced in giving evidence to Criminal, Civil and Coroners’ Courts and is accepted as an expert witness for these purposes.
Mike has wide experience in experimentation and theoretical analysis in many areas of physics and engineering. Mike was employed for a number of years by the forerunner of BAE Systems when it was based at the old Brooklands racing track in Weybridge around the time of Concorde’s development.