Dr. Jeremy J. Bauer, former Associate at the Corvallis consulting firm, Hayes+Associates, Inc. has within the last 20 months, not only started his own consulting company, Bauer Forensics, LLC, and moved to Seattle, but has earlier this week run the Boston Marathon for the 5th time, setting a personal best time for the 26.2 mile course of 2 hours and 48 minutes, among the top 4% of finishers.
Dr. Bauer ran his first Boston Marathon in 2013, the year of the bombings along the finishing stretch. “My experience in 2013 bonded me forever to Boston and the towns all along the route. This year, as always, the crowds were deafening, the community support was incredible, and my legs were screaming ‘enough!’ after Heartbreak Hill. I can’t wait to do it again!”
The Boston Marathon, the world’s oldest marathon, is one of the most prestigious long-distance running races in the world and was first held in 1897. The 2019 Boston Marathon was the 123rd edition of the event, and included 26,737 finishers (26,632 runners, 60 wheelchair participants, and 45 handcycle participants).
Bauer Forensics, LLC www.bauerforensics.com provides expert witness services in the areas of injury biomechanics, products liability, orthopaedics, shooting reconstruction, visibility analysis, premises liability, collision/accident reconstruction, forensic photography, drone imaging, laser scanning and slip, trip and fall reconstruction.
Hayes+Associates, Inc. www.hayesassoc.com is an 11 person, Corvallis-based expert witness and consulting firm that focuses on forensic injury biomechanics related to vehicle collisions, premises safety, slips and falls, products liability, worker safety, sports and recreation, patent litigation and criminal matters.
When asked what it has been like to separate from an 18 year colleague, H+A founder, Toby Hayes said, “We miss him...both his infectious enthusiasm and his great skill at conveying complex information in courtroom settings. Thankfully, we continue to work together, referring cases and collaborating, in ways that sometimes seem like he never left.”