Thistlegorm Forensic’s fire investigation and explosion investigation will help discover that the fire or explosion was due to one or several causes such as autoignition, electrical failure, static electricity discharge, spontaneous combustion, mechanical explosion, chemical reaction, human involvement, or any other causes.
Thistlegorm Forensic's engineering failure investigation involves establishing the root cause of the engineering failures, and how to prevent it from recurring.
Thistlegorm Forensic has the expertise to investigate engineering failures on a wide range of Machineries, Turbines, Power Plants, Cranes, Boilers, Construction / Manufacturing Plants and Equipment, and many others.
Thistlegorm Forensic's motor vehicle investigation includes vehicle fire investigation, accident reconstruction and damage analysis. Thistlegorm Forensic's investigation involves analyzing all possible causes such as over speeding, poor road infrastructure, environmental factors, improper vehicle maintenance and defective parts of the vehicles and driver’s intoxication, inattention, fatigue and/or other conditions.
Thistlegorm Forensic's strategic partnership with a team of qualified and experienced Crash Analysts who have handled over 1000+ vehicle accident investigation in Peninsular and East Malaysia will give you assurance in the quality of our investigation.
Thistlegorm Forensic's marine investigation services include but not limited to fire investigation, collision investigation, hull/machinery/engine failure investigation, underwater inspection, pollution investigation, cargo damage, specialized inspection, calculations, analysis and simulations, risk assessment and marine related technical consultancy.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s toxicology services will help understand the harmful effects of toxin, intoxicating or banned substances, and prescription medications present in humans and animals.
Thistlegorm Forensic's bloodstain pattern analysis involves examining the shape, size, distribution and location of the bloodstains at a crime scene to form opinions of how the incident likely occurred.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s DNA analysis involves interpretation of genetic sequences for the purpose of identifying a species and differentiate individuals within a species.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s fingerprint analysis will help identify suspect(s) of a crime who may have been present at the scene.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s trace evidence examination involves examining the physical, optical and chemical properties of extremely small materials that cannot be seen with the naked eye and to look for the sources or common origins of each item.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s document examination can help verify the authenticity of suspicious or questioned documents potentially disputed in a court of law.
As part of the questioned document examination, we use non-destructive methods including handwriting and signature verification, paper and ink verification, manipulation of image, erasure of writing, consistency in the use of language and indented impressions.
Thistlegorm Forensic’s digital forensics involves the process of uncovering and interpreting material found in digital devices.
Thistlegorm’s forensic accounting involves the use of accounting and auditing skills to examine the finances of a business or individual to investigate possible fraud and embezzlement.
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