Are the injuries consistent with the amount of force applied in an accident? Is it possible to reconstruct a fall with only photos? How does a biomechanical expert assist where a medical doctor cannot? Biomechanical engineers correlate the physiological effects of an accident with the physical science behind the event. Our biomechanical team provides presentations that range from exploration of how biomechanists answer these difficult questions to the technology utilized in these investigations.
S-E-A’s team of biomechanical engineers will customize continuing education sessions tailored to support your team’s professional development. Continuing Education credits or Continuing Legal Education credits are available upon request. S-E-A Presentations: so you Know.
Example topics have included:
Workplace Accidents/Premises Liability
Vehicle Accidents Involving Other Vehicles, Pedestrians, Cyclists, etc.