Hoffman Selected President Elect Of Trucking Industry Defense Association

Young Moore attorney, Dana H. Hoffman, has been selected to serve as President-Elect of the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA). This marks the beginning of her third consecutive three year term as a member of the trade association’s board of directors. During this time, she has served as an advisor to the skills committee, developed a mentoring program, and served on the Executive Committee as Secretary. Dana will assume the role of President in October 2017.


About Dana Hoffman:

A litigation attorney at Young Moore, Dana handles complex defense litigation in industries including trucking and transportation, healthcare, and electric utilities. Dana makes frequent appearances in court at the trial and appellate levels, trying cases and arguing motions in venues ranging from local courtrooms to the Fourth Circuit Court of Appeals. In all these venues in every corner of North Carolina, Dana is proud to serve her clients.

About the Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA):

The Trucking Industry Defense Association (TIDA) is a nonprofit association with members devoted to sharing knowledge and resources for defense of the trucking industry. Founded in 1993, TIDA’s membership includes over 1,500 motor carriers, trucking insurers, defense attorneys and claims servicing companies.

The organization is committed to reducing the cost of claims and lawsuits against the trucking industry. Members work to develop strategies and share knowledge to defend the trucking industry in personal injury, property damage, workers’ compensation and cargo claims. TIDA members advocate on behalf of the industry’s interests.

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