Lindsay Oleson’s interest in forensics grew from her passion for solving puzzles and problems. After obtaining a B.S.E. in Bioengineering, Lindsay began her career in consulting where she learned to apply mechanical and bioengineering principles in the context of motor vehicle collisions.
Prior to joining DELTA |v| in 2023, Lindsay spent her career focused on vehicle accident reconstruction, injury biomechanics, and driver behavior. Her areas of expertise include occupant dynamics, vehicle dynamics, and accident reconstruction. Lindsay performs biomechanical analysis on cases involving low-speed and high-severity accidents, driver determination, restraint and helmet usage, slips and falls, and other accidental events. She has reconstructed vehicle accidents involving passenger vehicles, motorcycles, bicycles, pedestrians, and commercial vehicles, as well as complex collisions such as vehicle rollovers.
Lindsay Oleson is a registered Mechanical Engineer (CA, M39934) and an accredited Accident Reconstructionist through the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR #2858). She is also trained and experienced in collision reconstruction technologies, including digital site mapping and the collection and analysis of event data recorder information from passenger cars and commercial vehicles, as well as injury biomechanics.
Outside the office, Lindsay enjoys hiking, spending time with her pets, reading, and cooking.