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The Biomechanical Engineer in Non-Auto Cases

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Date Published

February 13, 2018

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Washington State Association for Justice

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Summary

Plaintiff attorneys are familiar with the biomechanical engineer in auto cases, especially low impact cases. The biomechanical engineer submits his or her boilerplate report and declaration, with only a few numbers changed from the dozens uploaded to the WSAJ Eagle Exchange. Of course, the forces in your client’s accident were not sufficient to cause an injury. We all know the drill.

But, have you had a biomechanical engineer appear in a non-auto case? You might be surprised.

This program will help you prepare for the biomechanical engineer who pops up in your non-auto case. What tricks might a biomechanical engineer have up his or her sleeve? How do you respond?

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Presenters

Susan Machler
Osborn Machler, PLLC

Susan Machler is a partner at Osborn Machler. She grew up in Montana where she went to a one room school, the same school... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

The Biomechanical Engineer in Non-Auto Cases - Paper
The Biomechanical Engineer in Non-Auto Cases - Video
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