Billy S. Cox, Jr.Mr. Cox founded Billy Cox Group in 2008 and is a nationally recognized expert
in the field of crash reconstruction and impact biomechanics.
He has more than 35 years experience, training and education
as an analyst, consultant and testifying expert in the field
of transportation crash reconstruction, crash testing and
Expertise: President & CEO Billy Cox Group ACTAR #983
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Mr. Cox has been a frequent lecturer on
the topics of crash reconstruction and impact biomechanics.
His audiences have included business, legal, and insurance
professionals, as well as, members of his peer group. He has been featured as an expert in network broadcast news stories in Houston, Phoenix, and Providence,
RI, as well as, two programs on the Discovery Channel and as a guest scientist on Stan Lee's Superhuman, which airs on The History Channel. He also served as a consultant on impact biomechanics
to actor/director Quentin Tarantino on a crash stunt and
scene for the recently release movie entitled, Death
Mr. Cox has authored articles on
crash reconstruction and related subjects for national publications. He holds crash reconstruction accreditation #983 from the Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstruction (ACTAR).
Since 1995, he has conducted hundreds
of crash tests with human subjects and anthropomorphic devices. In 1996, Mr. Cox designed and built a mobile crash laboratory called the Low Velocity Impact Simulator (LVIS). This device is still used today to study low speed impact biomechanics, vehicle seat properties and occupant kinematic responses. In 2001, he conducted a 300-hour study, sponsored by the National Highway Traffic
Safety Administration (NHTSA), at Johns Hopkins University
Applied Physics Lab, which focused on the correlation between seat
geometry and neck injury.