I understand that most likely there are no accident experts on this forum and I am not looking for one per-say. I was in an accident where I turned left after entering the intersection on a yellow, pausing for a red and then proceeding, only to be hit by a guy running the red light. We both received tickets for running a red light and I received a warning for not yielding to him. I have done what I believe is the correct math to determine that he hit me doing roughly 14 mph, and I'm hoping those on this forum might be willing to double-check my math. I welcome any and all assistance! When the gentlemen hit me, he pushed me approximately 2.732532 meters based off some convenient scraping. My car weighs 1715.48634 kg and using a coefficient of friction of 0.75 (split difference from source 1: 0.7 http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/frict.html#coe and source 2: 0.8, http://hyperphysics.phy-astr.gsu.edu/hbase/crstp.html#c1) Resulting in: D = (Vinitial 2) / (2 * u * g) 2.732532 meters = (Vinitial 2) / (2 * 0.75 * 9.8) Vinitial = 6.3378403577 m/s Can anyone check this? Thanks again for any and all help!