Nighttime Collision Reconstruction PACLE

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On December 5, Robert T. Lynch, P.E., Principal Collision Reconstruction Engineer, will present “Nighttime Reconstruction.”

Reconstructing nighttime collisions often involves a visibility component to the analysis as objects become more difficult to see in lower lighting conditions. Determining when an object becomes visible as a hazard is fundamental to evaluate whether the driver could have avoided the incident.

This complimentary PA CLE accredited webinar will explore real case scenarios and address common challenges related to reconstructing nighttime collisions. For registration or additional information on this topic, please contact Emily Hopf, Marketing Coordinator, at ERH@forensicDJS.com or 215-659-2010.

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