Biomechanics & Injury Causation

forensic biomechanicsForensic biomechanics refers to the analysis of the human body when it is involved in an incident under legal investigation. For Wolf, the incident is most often a vehicular crash. Accident reconstructionists and engineers are often called upon to determine the likelihood of injury from a vehicle crash. There are several factors to consider to determine the magnitude and nature of the forces that an occupant experiences. These forces are what may lead to an injury.

Biomechanics Feasibility Analysis

Brain and Spinal Injuries

Child Restraints

Common Injury Causation Factors

Low Speed Collisions

Occupant Restraints

Orthopedic and Sport Injuries

Repetitive Motion Injuries

Roll-Over Collisions

Slip, Trip and Fall

Who was Driving?