Falls from height are a common cause of injury and death, and the second leading cause of injury-related mortality after road traffic accidents. The application of biomechanical modelling enables us to gain a comprehensive understanding of the precise body movements during a fall from height, relying on the principles of physics to recreate a sequence of events close to reality. Consequently, this approach has the potential to provide valuable insight into the process of falling of an individual subject. Thereby, our objective is to enhance the accuracy of simulating falls from height for specific cases, taking into account the findings of the forensic examination and the final position of the individual involved, thereby offering essential insights into the unique sequences of falls from height for each case.