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Injury Biomechanics - Considerations for Low-Speed Collisions

November 29, 2022

One of the more common incidents that the Accident Reconstructionist may be asked to review is a low-speed collision. Below are some factors that should be considered by the reconstructionist. Note, this...

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Accident Reconstruction - Dusk/Dawn/Night Considerations

November 21, 2022

It is no secret that driving during dusk/dawn/night (DDN) conditions places increased demands on the human visual system. When dealing with a DDN case, below are some factors...

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Injury Biomechanics and Premise Liability - Falling Ceiling Tiles

November 14, 2022

When an incident results in a bodily injury, the parties that own and maintain the premises where it occurred may be held responsible to the injured party for damages. At LISKE...

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Product Liability - Absent or Insufficient Warnings

November 3, 2022

The experts at LISKE Accident & Injury Experts review numerous product liability cases every year. Product liability cases are incredibly complex, with multiple layers and factors that must be considered. The purpose of this blog is to focus on one area which is important to consider, especially when the case involves machinery or heavy equipment – proper warnings and labels.

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Premise Liability Factors - Hidden Drop-Down Hazards

October 24, 2022

Premise accidents can occur almost anywhere and involve a wide range of built structures – from stairs to speed bumps, to uneven sidewalks. One additional area where falls may occur is hidden drop-down hazards. Examples of these types of hazards are...

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The Second Quarter of 2022 Projects the First Decline in Roadway Deaths Since 2020

October 17, 2022

According to a new report released by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the second quarter of 2022 represents the first decline in roadway fatalities after seven consecutive quarters of...

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