Find a Biomechanics Expert
Experts in the application of mechanics to the study of human movement, particularly the study of internal and external forces acting on the human body. Biomechanics experts serve as expert witnesses and forensic consultants in Yukon legal matters, and provide expert reports and testimony for judges, attorneys, lawyers, law firms, insurance companies and government agencies in Federal and state court trials and arbitrations in Yukon.
The listings below are of Biomechanics experts serving Yukon.
Expert ListingsBiomechanics International
Richard Collins, Ph.D., M.Sc., B.Sc.
Cranberry Township, PA
Accurate research & scientific analysis in mechanical and biomedical engineering & regulatory assessments. Litigation support in: Accident reconstruction, Injury biomechanics and Medical device product liability. Consultation in Biomedical & Human Factors Engineering; Former Professor of Medicine; Professor of Mechanical/Aerospace Engineering.
Rimkus Consulting Group, Inc.
Curtis R. Brown, President and CEO
A world-class Consulting and Engineering firm with 39 offices and over 300 professionals experienced in all phases of forensic engineering and consulting, including Construction Problems & Disputes, Fires & Explosions, Industrial Problems, Vehicle Accidents, Financial Forensic issues, and Environmental damages.
Institute of Risk & Safety Analyses (IRSA)
Kenneth A. Solomon, Ph.D, P.E., Post Ph.D
Woodland Hills, CA
Kenneth A Solomon, Ph.D., Post Ph.D., P.E., Chief Scientist; diverse engineering staff; Accident Reconstruction, Biomechanics, Human Factors, Safety, Accident, Prevention, Adequacy of Warnings, Construction Defect, Failure Analysis, OSHA Compliance, Premises Liability, Product Integrity / Testing, 3D Scans and Drones.
Mr. Vangura specializes in forensic biomechanics and analyzes human movements and personal injuries to determine consistency with physical evidence and testimony. Mr. Vangura conducts in-depth technical analyses determining the mechanism of injury or the relationship between externally-applied forces and the resulting internal forces, which result in injuries like bone fractures or dislocations, soft-tissue tears, avulsions and ruptures.