Vision and perception is highly relevant in cases involving human factors and accident reconstruction, as the vision and perception of an individual may be questioned during a litigation or claim. Neurological testing may indicate important information regarding the visual cognition and psychology in someone involved in an accident. Taking vision and perception into account when conducting an accident investigation and reconstruction can be a crucial factor in determining how the incident took place. Vision and perception is also an important area of cognitive science, so many experts may be certified in psychology, neurology, and other fields related to human behavior.
The area of vision and perception may be applied to several different types of lawsuits, as the outcome of a court case often depends on the experience of potential victims and/or witnesses and how they perceived the incident in question. Whether it is an accident on the road, in a warehouse, in a sports setting, or any other environment, vision and perception is a very significant factor throughout the proceedings of a court case.
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