February 13, 2018
Washington State Association for Justice
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?
Program Titles and Supporting Materials
This program contains the following components:
If applicable, you may obtain credit in multiple jurisdictions simultaneously for this program (see pending/approved list below). If electing credit for this program, registrants in jurisdictions not listed below will receive a Certificate of Completion that may or may not meet credit requirements in other jurisdictions. Where applicable, credit will be only awarded to a paid registrant completing all the requirements of the program as determined by the selected accreditation authority.
How to Attend
Join the self-paced program from your office, home, or hotel room using a computer and high speed internet connection. You may start and stop the program at your convenience, continue where you left off, and review supporting materials as often as you like. Please note: Internet Explorer is no longer a supported browser. We recommend using Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox or Safari for best results.
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