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Investigation of Pedestrian Collisions (VoD)  

During this Video on Demand (VoD), you will become familiar with the basics of pedestrian collision reconstruction. We will review the main types of pedestrian strikes and provide examples from real world crashes that were captured on video.

We will explore the evidence that was memorialized on vehicles and roadways during actual pedestrian collisions and briefly discuss vehicle speed determination and equations used to calculate those speeds.

In addition, we will review two case studies in depth. The case facts will be explained and the process of moving from investigation through depositions and trial will be presented.

Topics Include

  • Types of pedestrian strikes
  • Evidence from the vehicle
  • Evidence from the roadway
  • Speed determination
  • Basic reconstruction
  • Two real-world case studies

Note

This is a live recording of a Symposium on Traffic Safety breakout session.

Audience

Law enforcement, military and private crash reconstructionists, claims adjusters, engineers and attorneys

Course Length

2 hours

Online Details

Online environment: Videos on Demand (VoDs) provide comprehensive, subject-specific information and must be viewed within 30 days upon registration. Once the 30-day period has ended, you may have limited access.

Computer requirements: You will complete the course entirely online. A dependable broadband internet connection with a Windows or Mac computer is required.

ACTAR Information

IPTM's Investigation of Pedestrian Collisions course is eligible for 2 ACTAR CEUs.

This course is not eligible for certificate discounts.

 

Investigation of Pedestrian Collisions (VoD)
    Ongoing Online    
Instructor:   Fee: $85.00
Note:  Log-in instructions will be included in the confirmation letter sent to the email address listed in the student profile. Students will have 30 days from the time of registration to complete the training.