Construction Injury Biomechanics Webinar Series

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.

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Carolyne I. Albert, Mechanical Engineer & Biomechanics Expert

Carolyne I. Albert, Ph.D.

Mechanical Engineer & Biomechanics Expert
Dr. Albert is an expert in mechanical engineering with specific expertise in orthopaedic biomechanics. She applies principles of biomechanics, dynamics, and mechanics of materials to determine the… read more.

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