Welcome to The Tennessee Association of Investigators, Inc.

Message from Pat Reilly Chairman

Here is a copy of the new brochure from Robert Duhaime for those of you
interested in pursuing accident reconstruction.
Every grad will receive a numbered certificate of completion, video files and personal consultation.

Special Investigations Inc.
Owner: Robert M. Duhaime
Welcome to the Duhaime school of accident investigation.
Mr. Duhaime is a retired Vermont State Police Detective Sergeant. He is
court qualified in State and Federal courts in multiple state as an accident
reconstruction expert. Mr. Duhaime has investigated over six thousand
accidents during his career.
The reconstruction phases in accident cases are not limited to automotive
There are industrial, boating, farming, and construction
accidents that Mr. Duhaime has investigated and determined cause for
Mr. Duhaime was certified as an investigation trainer by the TN Department
Of Commerce and Insurance in August of 2014. In the past several years,
Mr. Duhaime has published continuing legal education for attorneys in the
accident reconstruction field in two states and is producing presentations
in the accident reconstruction field to be used for various continuing
education credits.
Mr. Duhaime is starting an accident investigation training program. to be
released for training on January 1, 2015. This program will contain 3
sections which will result in continuing education for investigators and al 3
separate completion certificates. The 3 sections are accident investigation,
advanced accident investigation to include computerized reconstruction,
and accident reconstruction expert training.
To obtain more information about the school, or to schedule a presentation
simply call 615-812-7000 to speak with Mr. Duhaime.
422 Child Harold Ln.
Brentwood, TN 37027
Special Investigations Inc.
Owner: Robert M. Duhaime



Our cpe event will be held in October 2014 And promises to be exciting and expansive. Looking forward to sharing the details. Pat

Our Mission Statement:

  1. To encourage networking, mutual assistance and cooperation among investigators,

  2. To conduct legislative oversight to promote the common
    good, &

  3. To raise the standards of the industry and promote professionalism.


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