Injury Causation Analyses: Case Studies and Data Sources, Volume 1
This important resource shows the attorney how to reconstruct an accident through analysis of bodily injury. In clear, precise language, the authors demonstrate concepts of physics, showing how to pinpoint accident variables such as collision speed & impact angle, in order to determine what caused the accident & who was at fault.
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