Institute for Car Crash Justice

Vehicle Safety Expertise to Identify, Develop and Present Your Auto Defects Case   --   Potomac, Maryland, USA

About the Institute

We have the proven expertise to identify, develop, and present your auto defect case for mediation and trial.

The Institute for Car Crash Justice (ICCJ) has evolved out of Auto Safety Expert, Byron Bloch’s extensive 40+ years of professional work nationally in auto safety design and vehicle crashworthiness, including his serving as a court-qualified auto safety expert in product liability “defective design” cases coast-to-coast.

ICCJ solves the technical puzzle of how and why the vehicle’s occupants were severely injured or killed, and why the vehicle was less crashworthy and may have been defectively designed.

With our extensive experience and voluminous archives of key documents and crash test footage, we put together the building blocks of inspecting the accident vehicle, analyzing the defective design, plus key documentation and visual elements to strengthen and tell the full story for mediation and for trial.

Every year in the U.S., about 35,000 people are killed in motor vehicle accidents, plus tens of thousands more suffer severe injuries.  Less than 10-percent of all cases are properly developed and pursued toward justice for the injured victims.  Successful resolution of the cases not only provides deserved compensation for the victims, but also serves to stimulate safer designs that will help prevent injuries in the future.  Whether you or a family member were injured or killed, or if you are an attorney seeking further knowledge and assistance by auto safety experts, these are just some of the major defect areas that may be involved.

ICCJ specializes in many auto defect areas, including:

Rollover - Roof Crush

Fuel Tank and Engine Compartment Fires 

Side Impact - Deep Intrusion into Survival Space

Truck Underride - Crashing Beneath the Rear or Side of Trucks

Side Window Glazing - Occupant Ejection from the Vehicle

Seat Backrest Collapse - Injuring the Driver or Passenger Seated Behind