The Robson Forensic webinar series explores technical topics through the perspective of experienced forensic experts. Expect to delve deeper into the science, standards, and engineering principles underlying your casework than you have at other events and conferences.
*Please note, these webinars are not for CLE credit.
Recognizing Liability in Construction Work Zones
Improper Temporary Traffic Control or mismanagement of Construction Work Zones can be especially difficult for heavy truck operators. The size and handling characteristics of these vehicles makes it difficult to navigate narrow lanes and safely respond to unexpected changes in traffic flows.
In this webinar, highway engineer Kevin Gorman will discuss the construction work zones issues that are most problematic for heavy trucks, but sometimes go unnoticed in litigation. His discussion will include specific case examples and key items to watch for when investigating these matters.
Construction Injury Biomechanics
Medical records and other injury evidence can often be used to provide clarity where causation is in dispute. In this webinar, biomechanics expert Dr. Carolyne Albert will discuss the application of biomechanical engineering to construction injury investigations.
Attendees will receive a primer on injury biomechanics, an overview of scenarios where injury analysis may be helpful, and examine relevant case examples where biomechanical engineering was helpful in providing clarity.