Sponsored Event – 2024 Trucking Claims Boot Camp – Phoenix

Maggiano's Scottsdale
Scottsdale, AZ

Young Moore is proud to sponsor the 2024 Trucking Claims Boot Camp. 

On the Road Again in 2024!

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.

Young Moore attorney Dana Hoffman will present the session, Open the Trailer Doors Please, Hal: AI and its Impact on Trucking Claims. Dana is a member of Young Moore’s Transportation and Logistics team and represents clients in trucking litigation, product liability, premises liability, and insurance defense cases.

2024 Session Topics:

  • Self-Inflicted Wounds: Preventability, Termination, Written Statements, and Other Post-Accident Decisions that can Exacerbate Exposure
  • Open the Trailer Doors Please, Hal: AI and its Impact on Trucking Claims
  • Small Ball: How to Effectively and Efficiently Investigate and Preserve Evidence on Low Impact Collisions and other Questionable Cases
  • Decreasing Punitive Exposure by Avoiding Direct Actions Against the Trucking Company
  • Combating Vocational Experts for Uninjured Plaintiffs or Who Can Work but Don’t Want to
  • Untainting the Jury Pool: Combating Billboard Lawyers and their Toxic Advertisements
  • Handling Claims Involving Extreme Weather or Permitted Loads

2024 Trucking Boot Camp Locations:

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