Slips, Trips and Falls in the Hospitality Industry: The Role of Forensic Experts During Incident Investigations

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Eating out in restaurants has, and always will be, a highly popular practice within social activities. In the United States, food service and drinking sales have steadily increased in the…..

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To See And Be Seen – Make Sure You And Your Bicycle Have The Right Lights

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Bicyclists are essentially invisible to motorists at night and hence should and must, per state laws, take the necessary precaution to see and be seen. Every state requires a white…..

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ARCCA Ask an Expert: What are Good Scene Photographs? with Scott Kline

Scott Kline

A picture is worth a thousand words – and scene photographs even more so. However, not all photographs are good ones, and the kind that are might surprise you! That’s…..

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Would ADAS Have Stopped Buddy The Elf From Getting Hit By A Car?

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On a brisk December morning in the early 2000s, an elf-involved collision occurred at an intersection in midtown Manhattan. To an accident reconstructionist asked to evaluate this incident, there are…..

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ARCCA Ask an Expert: What To Do After An Accident? with Scott Kline

Scott Kline

After an accident, there are likely many things going through a person’s mind – their safety, that of other drivers, how they will get to work the next day –…..

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Check Out Tim Joganich’s Recent Panel Discussion

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One of ARCCA’s Senior Consultants Tim Joganich, M.S., CHFP, recently co-authored the panel discussion  ‘Safety Considerations for Cyclists and Pedestrians’ in the Proceedings of the Human Factors and Ergonoics Society…..

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Check out Brendan Morse’s appearance on the Trucksafe LIVE! podcast!

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ARCCA’s Brendan Morse recently appeared as a guest on the Trucksafe LIVE! podcast to discuss the anatomy of a commercial vehicle accident, including what steps fleets and drivers should take…..

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Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – What Are The Design Issues? – Part 2

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In Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – Design Issues Part 1, the design philosophy behind the use of load limiting Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars and their risks and purported…..

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Automotive Seat Belt Torsion Bars – What Are They And What Do They Do? – Part 1

Seat Belt Safety

  Seat belts in cars contain a device called a “seat belt retractor”. This device holds the seat belt webbing and also contains a seat belt locking mechanism that activates…..

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