MEA Forensic Ontario – Let the evidence speak seminar

Save the dates: this September, we are bringing our half-day seminar to legal and insurance professionals in Barrie, Toronto and London, ON. Our experts in Collision Reconstruction, Injury Biomechanics and Failure Analysis will demonstrate how forensic engineering can bring clarity to a wide variety of cases, and answer your questions. Our program is free and provides 2.5 hours […]

MEA Forensic California – Let the evidence speak seminar

Let the evidence speak! Our experts in Collision Reconstruction and Injury Biomechanics will present legal and insurance professionals with the latest in forensic engineering. Our complimentary, half-day seminar provides 3.0 hours MCLE credit through the State Bar of California. The following program will be presented in Riverside on October 16th, and in Los Angeles on […]

Stephanie Bonin presents at the Horse Industry Safety Summit

Stephanie Bonin will be presenting, “How Helmets Protect your Head” at the Horse Industry Safety Summit on April 23rd.  The event will be held at Spindletop Hall, 3414 Iron Works Pike, Lexington, from 7:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. EDT and will host researchers, equestrians and equine enthusiasts. In a format that combines expert panels, individual […]

Janice Lee presents at SAE International Congress Experience

Janice Lee will present her latest research at the 2019 SAE World Congress in Detroit.  When reconstructing a crash, engineers rarely have all the data: complete tire mark measurements, the exact mass of the vehicle with its cargo, suspension properties and detailed steering history are four typical “unknowns”. How would knowing these values change the results […]

Troy Mithrush presents at SAE International Congress Experience

Troy Mithrush will present his latest research at the 2019 SAE World Congress in Detroit.  Tire marks on the road at the scene of a car crash are important pieces of physical evidence for a forensic engineer asked to determine how fast a car was going. Using the critical curve speed (CCS) formula, it is sometimes […]

Russell Gish presents at SAE International Congress Experience

Russell Gish will present his latest research at the 2019 SAE World Congress in Detroit.  Car crash tests performed by the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) generate a lot of data, most of which is not used in a typical crash reconstruction by a forensic engineer. In 2016, Ross Hunter published a paper on how […]

Stephanie Bonin presents at TBI Med Legal Conference

Stephanie Bonin will be speaking at the TBI Med Legal Conference in San Diego, on April 5th on the Biomechanics of Brain Injury. This conference is presented by the Brain Injury Association of California.  Brain Injury Association of California (BIACAL) is an affiliate of the Brain Injury Association of America (BIAA). Founded over 38 years ago, […]

MEA Vancouver – Let the evidence speak seminar

MEA Vancouver hosts its 5th annual half-day seminar.  When: February 27, 2019 Breakfast & Registration: 8:00am Seminar: 8:30 am to 12:00 pm Place: 580 West Hastings Street, Vancouver This signature event aims to provide legal and insurance professionals with information on the latest in forensic engineering. Our speakers will consist of experts in the areas of […]

Craig Wilkinson speaks at OTLA Fall Conference

Craig Wilkinson will be speaking on “The Airbag in Product Defect Litigation” at the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association Fall Conference on October 19th, at the Metro Toronto Convention Centre, in the Product Liability Track. Modern airbags are a generally quiet presence in our daily lives. Millions of Canadians sit in close proximity to multiple airbags […]