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Accident Reconstruction Science

Accident Reconstruction Science

This 4th edition examines the science of reconstructing and analyzing an automobile accident, using text readily understood by any reader with a basic understanding of accident reconstruction. More info →
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Automotive Fire Analysis

Automotive Fire Analysis

In the new Automotive Fire Analysis: An Engineering Approach, Third Edition, experienced field engineer Gregory Barnett points out common problems with the way automotive fires are investigated. More info →
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Building Design and Construction Hazards

Building Design and Construction Hazards

The role of the engineer either as a designer or construction manager generally provides the best opportunity to identify the hazards that cause injury or damage. Part of this task includes ensuring for design features and modifications that will minimize hazardous conditions during construction and life of the structure. Identifying the hazards that most commonly endanger the users during the life cycle of the building facility is the primary objective of this book. This objective is accomplished by instructing the engineer how to sidestep these hazards at the time of design and construction. This book delves into the cause of many hazards common to construction, including fire, maintenance, mold, structural failure, and operational conditions and details ways to minimize or avoid these conditions, reducing the possibility of injury and damage. More info →
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Construction Accident Reconstruction

Construction Accident Reconstruction

This book contains data and statistics about fatal and non-fatal construction accidents, Life/Safety Codes and discussions of many construction accident investigations. The purpose of the book is to inform attorneys, engineers, and contractors about what causes accidents in the construction industry, what identifiable factors influence such accidents, how to prepare the engineer for construction accident litigation, how to use demonstrative exhibits in trial preparation, and reviews and commentary on dozens of trial cases. More info →
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Elevator and Escalator Accident Reconstruction and Litigation

Elevator and Escalator Accident Reconstruction and Litigation

You’re an attorney considering the case of a person injured on an elevator and need an excellent reference to help you manage the case. Here’s the book for you. You have a case of a maintenance worker injured while repairing an elevator, or an elderly woman hurt on a department store escalator while doing some weekend shopping with her grandchildren. An initial search of the literature has turned up almost nothing useful. Your instinct tells you the cases are good, but to evaluate them properly, you need this addition to our litigation series. More info →
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Forensic Aspects of Driver Inexperience and Accident Causation

Forensic Aspects of Driver Inexperience and Accident Causation

According to a recent NHTSA study, the 16-20 year old age group accounts for the most injury, property damage, and fatal crashes per driver. To understand why inexperienced drivers have always been responsible for a significantly disproportionate percentage of collisions, a detailed examination and analysis of multiple traffic scenarios, driving tasks, human behaviors, perceptions and environmental conditions is required. More info →
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Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response

Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response

This brand new fourth edition of Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response contains invaluable new information you need to know about driver perception and response and related human factors and design issues. More info →
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Handbook of Electrical Hazards and Accidents

Handbook of Electrical Hazards and Accidents

This book is written mainly for attorneys, physicians, and investigators who are concerned with accidents associated with electric current. It is based on approximately 50 years of personal research, augmented by experience in teaching medical and biomedical engineering students and as an expert witness in litigation involving electrical injury. The material is presented in two ways: non-technically, for attorneys and physicians, and technically, for their expert witnesses and engineers. Since there is no typical electrical accident, the accidents described and the material presented in the chapters are selected to aid the reader in explaining the cause of any particular electrical accident. More info →
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Older Road Users: Myths and Realities, A Guide for Medical and Legal Professionals

Older Road Users: Myths and Realities, A Guide for Medical and Legal Professionals

This book, one of the first of its kind, brings you state-of-the-art scientific information on the role of aging in driving behavior and motor vehicle accidents. More info →
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Roadway Safety and Tort Liability

Roadway Safety and Tort Liability

Roadway Safety and Tort Liability, the second edition of Roadway Defects and Tort Liability, provides you with an extensive review of roadway design, traffic safety and legal cases. You will review the numerous attempts made to reduce the number of traffic accidents on our roadways and you will understand that although cars are safer for the occupants, driver education has improved and roadway design has advanced, there are still faulty practices and applications that continue to persist on American roadways and railroad crossings. More info →
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Slips Trips Missteps and Their Consequences

Slips Trips Missteps and Their Consequences

Falls in the home and public places are the second leading cause of unintentional injury deaths in the United States, but are overlooked in most literature. Slips, Trips, Missteps and Their Consequences (formerly Falls and Related Injuries), second edition, is unique in that it is entirely devoted to falls. Of use to primary care physicians, nurses, insurance adjusters, architects, writers of building codes, attorneys, or anyone who cares for the elderly, this book will tell you how, why, and when people will likely fall, what most likely will be injured, and how such injuries come about. More info →
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