As a licensed mechanical and biomedical engineer, John Laughlin, M.Eng., P.E. can help you understand the relationship of the accident or product failure to the claimed injuries. He has reconstructed accidents involving automobiles, motorcycles, amusement park rides, public transportation, railroad/industrial equipment, and slips, trips and falls. Mr. Laughlin has analyzed a broad spectrum of products including implantable medical devices, safety devices, bus seats, medical equipment, ladders and seat belts. As a biomechanical engineer, he is qualified to use injury based evidence from medical records, photographs and autopsy reports to create a complete understanding of the injuries and the mechanism of causation. Mr. Laughlin is an expert in human factors and has applied these principles to accident reconstruction and to the design of implantable medical devices. Mr. Laughlin is a seasoned professional and has testified over 65 times in 8 states and Federal court.
Education & Licenses
Master of Engineering Bioengineering, 1995 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Bachelor of Science Bioengineering, 1993 Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas
Licenses: Professional Engineer # 92944 Mechanical engineering, biomedical engineering, registered in Texas Diplomate of the National Academy of Forensic Engineers