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Do the alleged injuries fit the vehicle damage? Does the force of the crash equate to the probability of injury? There are many ways that the vehicle helps you determine the force of the crash. In this article, we’ll discuss the role of the biomechanical engineer in evaulating injury claims stemming from low-speed accidents. Based on the expert’s conclusions, the claims adjuster can gauge the veracity of alleged injuries to make smarter coverage determination decisions.

The “Damaged” Vehicles

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