Bicycle Accident Reconstruction
for the Forensic Engineer

By James Green, PE


About the Book
This engineering text is directed toward Forensic Engineers who are interested in determining the causal factors of bicycle accidents. The author, a Professional Engineer and competitive cyclist and triathlete, has organized the engineering literature for this purpose. He also has detailed laboratory data and actual accident reconstructions for the readers’ use. 

About the Author

Jim Green is a Professional Engineer with over 30 years in reconstructing bicycle accidents. He continues to race competitively at the national level in triathlons. His company has utilized laboratory data, engineering literature and actual accident reconstructions to bring a level of confidence to the causal factors of bicycle accidents. 

First Sentence:

Since there are many fine texts available on the general subject of accident reconstruction, it is not the purpose of this book to define basic forensic engineering techniques.

Product Details

  • Paperback: 408 pages
  • Publisher: Trafford Publishing (December 18, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1553690648
  • ISBN-13: 978-1553690641
  • Also Available in: Kindle Edition (Kindle Book) |  Unknown Binding (1st) |  All Editions
  • Excellent book...

    I have used the book Bicycle Accident Reconstruction for the Forensic Engineer with Jim in a very difficult single rider bicycle accident with no witness and an alleged negligent assembly claim. The book is as excellent as Jim. It is a must read for cases involving bicycle forensic engineering.

    Thomas A. Barni
    Dinn, Hochman & Potter, LLC