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Injury Causation in Care Facility Disputes

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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In cases involving an injury to a resident in a long-term care facility, a combination of co-existing medical/health conditions, the level of supervision, and the resident’s ability to…

Biomechanics in Workplace Injury Litigation

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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In 2021, 5,190 workers were killed on the job in United States.1 In the same year, 2.6 million nonfatal workplace injuries and illnesses were reported in the private sector.2 Every day, workplace…

The Biomechanics of Oxygen Deprivation to the Brain

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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In this article, Mechanical Engineer & Biomechanics Expert, Dr. Carolyne Albert explains the ways in which brain hypoxia can occur as a result of mechanical forces and reviews the questions that a…

Biomechanical Investigation of Bicycle Crash Injuries

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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Conflicting testimony in bicycle vs. vehicle collisions can often be resolved through a biomechanical analysis of the injuries. In this article, Mechanical Engineer & Biomechanics Expert, Dr.…

Biomechanical Reconstruction of a Pedestrian Struck by a Vehicle

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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When injury causation is in dispute following a pedestrian strike incident, a biomechanical reconstruction of the event is sometimes necessary to confirm or refute eye-witness testimony. In this…

Falling Merchandise: Injury Causation Analysis

By Ruhi Arslanoglu, Ph.D.
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In our forensic casework it’s not unusual for all parties to acknowledge that a mishap occurred, but disagree on the cause or severity of injuries claimed to be associated with the event. In…

Traumatic Brain Injury Investigations

By Jamie R. Williams, Ph.D.
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In this document, the biomechanical engineers at Robson Forensic provide an introduction to some of the foundational principles relevant to the science of traumatic brain injuries. The discussion…

Biomechanical Analysis of an Electrocution

By Valentina Ngai, Ph.D., P.Eng.
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This article discusses the process by which it is possible to reconstruct an incident by examining injury data. In this instance, our biomedical engineer was tasked with determining the manner in…

Bone Injury Mechanics: Investigating Causation of Bone Fractures

By Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.
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In this article, biomechanics expert, Carolyne Albert introduces the fundamental concepts pertaining to the mechanics of bone injuries. The biomechanical experts at Robson Forensic are engaged when…

Investigating Vehicle vs. Pedestrian Collisions

By Peter J. Leiss, P.E., C.F.E.I., C.V.F.I.
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In this article, the experts at Robson Forensic discuss the typical components of a vehicle-pedestrian collision and delve into specialty technical issues that are frequently relevant to these…

Playground Standards & Guidelines

By Lisa A. Thorsen, Ed.D., C.R.C., C.P.S.I.
Expert Overview

In this article, expert witnesses specializing in pediatric biomechanics and child supervision discuss the standards and guidelines relevant to playground injuries associated with monkey bars and…

Gait Analysis in Slip or Trip Investigations

By Valentina Ngai, Ph.D., P.Eng.
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In this article, biomechanical engineer, Dr. Valentina Ngai provides an introductory lesson on forensic gait analysis. She discusses how experts use injury data, combined with an understanding of the…

Biomechanical Analysis of a Fall Down Stairs

By Valentina Ngai, Ph.D., P.Eng.
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In this article, biomedical engineer, Valentina Ngai discusses the process by which it is possible to reconstruct an incident by examining injury data. In this instance, Dr. Ngai was tasked with…

Experts Interviewed about Child Safety Seat Study

By Jamie R. Williams, Ph.D.
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Peter Leiss, P.E. and Jamie Williams, Ph.D. of Robson Forensic, Inc. were interviewed by WGAL to discuss their findings related to a recent child safety seat study. Video Credit: WGAL Study Background…

New Study Finds LATCH System May Fail to Protect Infants from Brain Injury in Rear Crashes

By Jamie R. Williams, Ph.D.
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Engineers and scientists at Robson Forensic, Inc. crash-tested three popular rear-facing infant car seats to compare the risk of head injury when using the Lower Anchor and Tethers for CHildren…

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