Traffic Accident Reconstruction, the sequel to Traffic Collision Investigation provides the investigator with the scientific principles taught by Northwestern University's renowned Traffic Institute and Center for Public Safety since 1936. The techniques described in Traffic Accident Reconstruction, developed and proven by traffic engineer Lynn B. Fricke and his colleagues, are seen as the definitive standard by attorneys prosecutors, judges, law enforcement officers, engineers, and other safety groups.
Traffic Accident Reconstruction provides in-depth coverage of the major issues that arise in accident reconstruction, often using real-world accident cases and mathematical formulas to help interpret how an accident occurred. This textbook is an invaluable resource of anyone involved in traffic accident reconstruction.
|Publisher:||Northwestern University Center for Public Safety|
|Edition description:||New Edition|