Forensic Biomechanics in Accident Investigation



Forensic Biomechanics in Accident Investigation

January 14 at 2pm EDT.

Webinar Focus:

The Online webinar will touch on issues surrounding the use of biomechanics in a forensic (legal) setting. Specifically, I hope to relay my experience with respect to the types of investigations where biomechanics can provide unique and beneficial insight into mechanisms of injury and the effectiveness of this discipline in injury claims. 

The webinar will include case studies, as well as a discussion regarding trial experiences and what a consultant can face when delivering expert testimony, which is a unique opportunity for those who are involved. It is hoped that this webinar will provide some insight into the forensic consulting business in general, as well as an entertaining examination of the unique opportunities and challenges that are faced by those participating as experts within their fields. 



Robert Parkinson, B.Sc., M.Sc., Ph.D. – Practice Lead, Biomechanics Group

Dr. Robert Parkinson is an Injury Biomechanics specialist at Giffin Koerth Forensics and holds a Doctorate degree in Biomechanics from the University of Waterloo. Dr. Parkinson has been published in international scientific journals, taught undergraduate courses in Biomechanics and Human Modeling, has been an invited speaker at multiple Universities and Conferences, and holds an Adjunct Professor position at the University of Waterloo. Dr. Parkinson has been qualified as an Expert in the Ontario Superior Court.