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Sunday, January 21, 2024

On Demand: A Simplified View of Forensic Injury Biomechanics

Start Date: 1/22/2021 8:00 AM PST
End Date: 1/21/2024 5:00 PM PST

Organization Name: Washington Defense Trial Lawyers

Maggie Sweeney
Email: maggie@wdtl.org
Phone: (206) 749-0319


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WDTL Members: $25

Non Members: $40

1 CLE credit

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This presentation focuses on forensic injury biomechanics.

First, a simple view of biomechanics, injury causation, and injury mechanisms is provided. Then the differences between a biomechanist and a medical doctor are described. Finally, case studies from auto collisions, slip and fall incidents, and others will be discussed.  
Presented by:

Mohammad Atarod, PhD, PE
Senior Biomechanical Engineer
Dr. Atarod is a Senior Biomechanical Engineer specializing in injury biomechanics and injury mechanism/causation analysis and accident reconstruction. He works on cases across the country, analyzing injuries in automotive collisions, industrial accidents, workers compensation claims, premises liability claims, slip / trip and falls, and sport / recreation accidents. He has testified as an expert witness in multiple depositions and trials. He testifies on vehicle speeds, impact severities (delta-Vs), collision sequence, mechanism of injury, seat belt use and effectiveness, timing of injuries in multiple collision events, differentiating acute traumatic injuries from chronic/degenerative conditions, and occupant kinematics and dynamics.

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