mug-ogdenJerry’s experience commenced while he was a commissioned regular army officer in the United States Army, serving as a Line of Duty Accident Investigation Officer and Safety Officer. He transitioned into Forensic Engineering in 1991 and earned a Master of Science degree from the University of Colorado Denver in Civil Engineering in 1995. He subsequently earned a Ph.D. from the University of Colorado Denver in 2015 with a primary field of study in Civil Engineering and a secondary field of study of Mechanical Engineering. As the Principle Engineer and President of OEC Forensics (a division of Ogden Engineering & Consulting, LLC), Jerry is responsible for the investigation, analysis and reconstruction of motor vehicle collisions, occupant safety, highway design features and vehicle component failures. He determines factors relating to collision causation, occupant protection, driver actions and highway contributions, and provides quality assurance/control (QA/QC) services to highway design consulting engineering firms for highway plans, specifications and estimates (PS&E). Additionally, he conducts research, prepares expert records, develops conclusions and provides forensic engineering testimony relative to analysis results, findings and conclusions.