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Biomechanical Analysis

Biomechanical Analysis


Biomechanics is the science of taking engineering principles such as force and motion and applying these principles to forces on the human body.  Typically, cases where injuries seem suspicious or non consistent with the nature of the accident require the involvement of  an engineer and a medical physician. CED biomechanical engineers have training in both engineering principles and  medical education which allow our engineers to provide causation along with an injury assessment.  Due to their experience and diverse background, our biomechanical engineers have the ability to reconstruct  accidents and then provide injury assessment.

Types of Biomechanical Analysis

  • Low Speed Impacts
  • Spinal injuries
  • Bone Fractures
  • Pre-Existing Condition Analysis

Vehicle Crash Experts

Kurtis G. Whitling, P.E.

Robert L. Miller, P.E.

Grant R. Bevill, Ph.D., P.E.

Anthony L. Bocchichio, P.E., CFEI

George J. Wharton, P.E., CFEI

H. Thomas Baker, P.E., CFEI, CFII

John M. Paquet, P.E.

Thomas E. Saunders, P.E.Vehicle Crash Expertise

Vehicle Crash Group

Biomechanical Analysis

Crash Investigations

Mechanical Defects

VCG Human Factors

Restraint Systems

Vehicular Fires

On-Board Data Retrieval



Since our first case 30 years ago, CED has been a powerful asset in thousands of investigations into the cause of accidents and product failures. Our success has been driven

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