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As insurers look to biomechanics as a way to combat insurance fraud, courts are accepting the testimony of biomechanical experts to varying degrees, and one company in New York is seeking to make it easier to connect carriers with the appropriate experts for a given accident. By understanding how a low-speed collision from any given angle could affect specific body parts, adjusters can say with confidence whether certain common injuries could have resulted from specific accidents.

That is the idea behind biomechanics, according to Sean O’Loughlin, president of New York-based Global Biomechanical Solutions.

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