Line of Sight Studies Webinar Series

This video was recorded from the webinar on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022.

The outcome of many cases hinges on whether something could be seen: a traffic sign, an abduction on a playground, an assailant at an apartment complex— the list of scenarios is virtually endless.

In this 30-minute webinar, Marcus Mazza, P.E. explains how line of sight studies are conducted, how they can be used in different types of cases, and some of the techniques that can be used to collect data when site conditions have changed.

This session is relevant for any attorney or insurance professional handling personal injury disputes or casualty claims.


Marcus A. Mazza, Automotive Engineer & Crash Expert

Marcus A. Mazza, P.E.

Automotive Engineer & Crash Expert
Marcus Mazza is an automotive engineer with diverse experience in production vehicles, military vehicles, and motorsports. He applies his expertise to intellectual property disputes as well as vehicle… read more.

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