Audiovisual presentation from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) highlights how cataracts, glaucoma, and macular degeneration effects vision for driving.
Forensic analysis can provide details regarding the presence of past ocular problems and treatment. This case illustrates how analysis of medical records and adequate documentation may be used to acquire an accurate assessment.
Issues of trucker vision and visibility are important considerations when analyzing causation involving truck accidents.
The Motor Sports Association recognizes that the sport of motor racing requires adequate vision to react quickly to a variety of racing situations. Vision standards for motor sports association is determined by criteria sent by the Federation Internationale de L’Automobile (FIA).
Page IV: Vision Issues in Trucking Accidents Case Report Summary of Case: A truck driver hailing two trailers loaded with goods stopped at an intersection, looked in both directions to confirm that traffic was clear before making a left turn … Read More
Page III: Vision Issues in Trucking Accidents Case Report A passenger car driven by a middle-aged man struck a trailer-truck as it crossed an intersection. The driver of the passenger car reported that the truck “came out from no where” … Read More
Page II: Vision Issues in Trucking Accidents Case Report A truck traveling on a major freeway in Southern California veered to the right and struck the rear of a private commuter bus. The driver of the bus sustained injuries to … Read More
Vision issues in trucking accidents may cover a wide scope of problems. In this case case study we
examine issues of vision and visibility in a fatal accident.
Visibility in traffic collisions is an important consideration for issues related to causation. Visibility is a key factor that influences the ability of a driver to perceive, identify, and react to a possible dangerous situation.