A specific injury is often generalized in use-of-force investigations despite some detailed information from emergency medical staff and medical examiners. Over the decade, however, courts continue to limit police officers and engineers from opining about injuries or human factors and medical professionals from opining about physics or causation.
This course aims to increase basic knowledge of how physics relates to complex human injury litigation involving use of force and incident reconstruction investigations.
Lessons are available upon sign-up and can be accessed at any time.
Presented by GTD Scientific Inc., lecture by Geoffrey Thor Desmoulin, Ph.D., R.Kin., P.L.Eng.
- Learn how science can be applied to better understand violent events.
- Gain knowledge that can help you improve your investigation and litigation skills.
- Find out why biomechanics and injury causation are a powerful combination for proving what really happened.
- Explore 5 mystifying case studies in which science was applied to determine the truth.
Upon completion, you will receive professional credit and Certification of Attendance.
"An Introduction to Biomechanics" is also available.
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