An accident happens. Injuries are claimed. But did the accident cause the injuries? A biomedical analysis of injury causation involves understanding the severity of the incident, individual response, and the presence or absence of the required injury mechanism in the context of human tolerance and an individual unique biomechanical attributes. This presentation will explore each of these areas and outline the foundational methods and tools often used by ARCCA experts. An emphasis will be placed on understanding the concept of an injury mechanism and its critical role in determining a cause and effect relationship.
Speaker: Ronald Fijalkowski, Ph.D
Senior Biomechanist, ARCCA
1 hour General CLE credit
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