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Despite there being relatively few motorcycles on the road compared to passenger vehicles, they are over-represented in collision rates with both vehicle and human elements to consider in liability assessments of collision avoidance. Raffi Engeian, B.A.Sc., MBA, P.Eng. and Derek Wong, B.Sc., B.A.Sc. will discuss approaches used to reconstruct collisions involving motorcycles, and how they differ from the more traditional approaches used to assess passenger vehicle collisions. Dr. Adam Campbell, B.Kin., Ph. D. will discuss the nuances of motorcyclist performance, and the behaviour of drivers observing motorcycles on the roadway, issues of lighting and expectations that foster collision potential.
Practice Lead, Human Factors 30 Forensic Engineering
Dr. Adam Campbell is the Practice Lead of the Human Factors Group at 30 Forensic Engineering and has considerable professional experience investigating the consequences of typical and abnormal human behaviours in matters of personal injury, motor vehicle accidents and slip/trip and falls . He is a qualified expert in Human Factors, Driver and Pedestrian Behaviour, the Analysis of Driver Behaviour and Slip & Falls in the Superior Court of Justice and has testified in multiple litigation proceedings.
Mr. Raffi Engeian is a Senior Associate with the Collision Reconstruction Group at 30 Forensic Engineering. He graduated from the University of Windsor with a Bachelor in Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering) and a Master of Business Administration. Raffi has focused on motor vehicle collision reconstruction since 2007 and received his Professional Engineer designation in 2009. He has been a Forensic Engineer in the Collision Reconstruction Group at -30- since June of 2013. Raffi has investigated hundreds of collisions involving automobiles, cyclists, pedestrians, off-road and commercial vehicles, and motorcycles. He has also investigated vehicle damage with respect to alleged collision circumstances. Raffi is qualified as an Expert Witness in Accident Reconstruction in arbitrations, the Ontario Court of Justice, and the Ontario Superior Court of Justice.
Mr. Derek Wong is an Associate with the Collision Reconstruction group at 30 Forensic Engineering. He holds a Bachelor of Applied Science (Mechanical Engineering), with a specialization in Automotive Engineering, and a Bachelor of Science in Biology. Derek conducts vehicle and site examinations for collisions involving pedestrians and different types of vehicles, including automobiles, trucks, motorcycles, bicycles, and other heavy machinery. Derek is a member of the Society of Automotive Engineers (SAE). Prior to joining 30 Forensic Engineering, he worked in the automotive supply industry for a Tier 1 supplier of engine components and systems.
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