Dr. Jason Droll is a human factors scientist specializing in the analysis of decisions and behavior, most commonly during driving, bicycling, or walking. He has been a forensic consultant since 2008 and has been retained hundreds of times, and has testified on issues addressing visibility, attention, reaction time, memory, and the role of expectation.
Dr. Craig Brozinsky is a Human Factors scientist with Principia. His areas of expertise include driver and pedestrian behaviors related to visibility, expectation, distraction, and response time. In the context of warnings and safety information, he analyzes injury databases to determine risks associated with consumer products and activities. He evaluates slips and falls and is a Certified XL Tribometrist.