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Did You Know? - Vehicle-Mounted Safety Signs are Effective at Reducing Roadside Collisions?

March 5, 2023

Highway work zone crashes are an unfortunate reality for roadside workers. However, these crashes are avoidable if drivers would slow down and move over to allow the roadside workers enough space to safely carry out their duties. Recently, the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety conducted...

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Did You Know? - The Cost of Traffic Crashes

February 27, 2023

The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration released a report in early 2023 detailing the cost of traffic crashes. The data shows that in 2019 motor vehicle crashes cost...

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What is ACTAR?

February 20, 2023

Did you know that LISKE’s team includes many ACTAR-certified accident reconstructionists? But you may be asking yourself, what exactly is ACTAR? The acronym ACTAR stands for...

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Premise Liability Factors - Office Chairs

February 13, 2023

One of the most commonly used pieces of furniture we interact with in our daily life is our office chairs. These chairs typically have wheels and are usually in some sort of 5-wheel arrangement. Despite the fact many of us use these chairs daily...

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Motorcycle Accidents

December 27, 2022

The number of deaths on motorcycles per mile traveled in the U.S. in 2019, was nearly 29 times the number in cars [1]. Motorcycles are less stable than automobiles and may undergo roll, pitch, and yaw prior to, during, and post-collision. While the occupants of an enclosed automobile are constrained by restraints and/or the interior of the automobile, motorcyclists lack the protection of an enclosed automobile, are not constrained, and may be on or off the motorcycle prior to, during, or post-collision or fall-down incident, so they are more likely to be injured or killed.

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Vehicle Fall and Flip Motions

December 19, 2022

In traffic crashes, vehicles can travel sometimes partially through the air. This motion can usually be considered as a fall, flip, vault, or rollover. The speed of the vehicle when it first left the ground might be determined if certain information is known, such as the point where the vehicle left the ground and the point where it first came back into contact with the ground.

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