Sponsored Event – 2021 Trucking Claims Boot Camp – Chicago

Hyatt Lodge
2815 Jorie Blvd, Oak Brook, IL 60523

Young Moore is proud to sponsor the 2021 Trucking Claims Boot Camp. Transportation attorney, David A. Senter, Jr., will be speaking at this event. David is a shareholder at Young Moore where he advises and represents clients in a number of areas including trucking and transportation, products and premises liability, and business litigation.

  • A Not So Brave New World: Recent Vehicle Innovations and their Impact on Trucking Claims
    Brett Ross – Carr Allison
  • Traumatic Brain Injuries and Strategies for Defense and Resolution
    David A. Senter, Jr. – Young Moore and Henderson, P.A.
  • Commercial Motor Carrier and Truck Driver Safety Culture: An Assessment of Where We Are and Where We Are Going
    Carlos Rincon – Rincon Law Group, P.C.
    Raul Alvarez – Alvarez Winthrop Thompson & Storey, P.A.
  • Top Ten Legal and regulatory Developments in Commercial Transportation Litigation
    Andrew Stephenson – Franklin & Prokopik
  • Understanding the Magic and Mystery of the FMCSA Website, Safer and the CSA
    MJ Dobbs – Bressler Amery Ross
  • Defusing Nukes: Defending the Pending Nuclear Verdict
    Clint Cox – Cox P.L.L.C.
  • “Billed” vs. “Payable” : How to Challenge the Growing Trend of Private Pricing Being Utilized to Drive Up Medical Bills
    Mike Nerone – Pion, Nerone, Girman, Winslow & Smith, P.C.

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