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Why Bicycle Accident Reconstruction is So Difficult

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There are several factors that make reconstructing bicycle accidents more difficult than reconstructing car crashes, according to Tim Nelson, a biomechanical engineer with MEA Forensics and an experienced cyclist.

During a recent panel discussion on the subject at the Combined Claims Conference held in Orange County, Calif., he outlined some common bike accident scenarios as well as evidence that can assist an investigation. We highlight some of them in this video.

You can find more in the article, Bicycle Accident Reconstruction Explained on

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