Hosted by DRI, join us Wednesday, December 9th at 1 PM EST as members of our Mechanical Engineering/Vehicle Accident Reconstruction Practice, Fawzi P. Bayan, P.E., Jonathan Nelson, P.E., CMI and Mark Shafer discuss the technology that is accessible today to evaluate multiple types of objects or pedestrian accidents in a clear and convincing fashion.
Visibility is evaluated in multiple ways, from simple observations, to a review of literature, to calculations using published or assumed data, to comprehensive experimental data collection and testing using specialized tools and calculations, to a combination of all.
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