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BioInjury works with clients to understand, evaluate and prevent injury mechanisms in the motor vehicle crash environment through scientific investigation and analysis of motor vehicle crashes, global technical and medical literature, government regulations and rulemaking history, testing and product analysis.  

Motor Vehicle Crash Investigation

BioInjury provides a comprehensive biomechanical analysis of motor vehicle crashes including evaluation of the injuries and injury mechanisms and potential prevention strategies.  Our review includes a thorough review of the medical records and accident information as well as a detailed inspection of the crashed vehicle. 

Rulemaking History and Analysis

BioInjury provides a comprehensive review of the federal rulemaking history including government, safety researchers' and automobile manufacturers’ positions throughout the process.  This analysis provides a unique understanding of the Federal standards and where they came from as well as the positions and points of views of safety advocates, experts and the automotive manufacturers and the testing conducted surrounding each issue.  
Current Issues Addressed:
Occupant Restraints
Airbag Systems
Roof Strength and Occupant Injury
Child Restraint and Child Safety
Seat Strength and Occupant Injury
Occupant Protection in Interior Impacts
Side Impact Protection and Side Airbags
Occupant Ejection Prevention


Technical and Medical Literature Review and Analysis

BioInjury provides a comprehensive review and analysis of the technical and medical literature on important safety issues related to injury mechanisms and causation, injury tolerance, testing and alternative designs for injury prevention.  

Current Issues Addressed:Airbags
Intelligent Restraints
Head and Neck Injury in Rollovers
Injury Tolerance and Mechanisms in Children
Child Restraint and Child Safety
Occupant Injury in Rear Impacts
Seat Strength and Occupant Injury
Occupant Injury in Interior Impacts
Occupant Injury in Side Impacts
Seat Belts