Mechanism of Collisions and Other Accidents
At Powers Farley we have in depth knowledge about how motor vehicle collisions and other accidents occur and how the forces they generate may or may not lead to injury. We have specialized knowledge and experience investigating collisions (particularly trucking cases) and accidents, and work with accident reconstructionists, biomechanical engineers, physicians and other expert witnesses capable of recreating the collision or accident at issue. This knowledge and experience works in tandem with our knowledge and experience associated with knowing and understanding the mechanism of injury, such as with spinal injuries (including herniated discs, fractures, spinal stenosis, nerve impingement, radiculopathy, spondylolisthesis, and paralysis), as well as how injury to one part of the body can adversely affect another party of the body.
For more information contact Raymond Powers, Donald Farley, Nicole Cannon, James Thomson and Mark Orler.