Sponsored Event – 2023 Trucking Claims Boot Camp – LONDON

The Old Library at Lloyd’s of London

Young Moore is proud to sponsor the 2023 Trucking Claims Boot Camp. 

On the Road Again in 2023!

The Trucking Claims Boot Camp is a one-day seminar for trucking and transportation claims professionals and industry representatives to provide Continued Education credit, and training regarding common trucking claims. It is held in seven different cities throughout the United States before wrapping up at a special event in London. The presenters are attorneys highly experienced in defending catastrophic trucking and transportation matters.

Michael S. Rainey, shareholder at Young Moore, will serve as a panelist at the final event for the session on Climate Change Hits the Road: The Impact of Climate Change on the Transportation Industry. Michael litigates trucking and transportation, product liability, and premises liability cases, with an emphasis on wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims. He is a member of the firm’s Transportation “Go Team” and has substantial experience in coordinating emergency response and investigation of catastrophic losses throughout North Carolina. He also leads the firm’s Condemnation and Eminent Domain practice.

London Agenda
  • Is it Nuclear Winter? A Post-Covid Analysis of Nuclear Verdicts in the US and How to Avoid Them
  • Climate Change Hits the Road: The Impact of Climate Change on the Transportation Industry
  • Rise of the Machines: How New Vehicle Technology Will Affect Motor Vehicle and Product Liability Claims
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