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Slip, Trip and Fall
Falls are the second leading cause of accidental
death. This webinar takes a look at how we answer questions like:
the building meet the building code?
-Is the floor surface too slippery?
-Did the environment contribute to the fall?
Finding the answer to
these questions allows attendees to identify the potential variables that are or
are not relevant to a personal injury loss. Several court-tested personal injury
case matters involving slips and trip and fall issues are
In this webinar you will
- Building Code issues in slips, trips, and falls
potential variables that may or may not be relevant
- Court-tested case study
The case examples that will be used in this presentation
are applicable to all provinces.
Date: April 27, 2023
Time: 1:00 - 3:00 p.m. Atlantic
Presenter Sam Kodsi, P.Eng.,
Sam Kodsi joined J.S. Held in July of 2022 as part of J.S. Held's acquisition
of Kodsi Forensic Engineering.
Sam Kodsi, P.Eng., graduated with a Bachelor of Engineering (Mechanical) from
McMaster University and is a registered Consulting Professional Engineer in
Ontario. He is also a Certified CDR Analyst and CXLT Certified XL Tribometrist.
Mr. Kodsi has been active in automotive engineering safety since 1995 and has
specialized in Accident Reconstruction since 1997. He has been involved in more
than 5,000 technical investigations and has been the lead engineer in more than
4,000 reconstructions involving motor vehicle collisions and other personal
injury incidents. Mr. Kodsi has been involved in peer-reviewed research and
testing and has qualified to provide expert evidence in the Ontario Court of
Justice, Superior Court of Justice and in Arbitrations in the following
Accident Reconstruction (dynamics & speeds)
Driver perception & response
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