Young Moore Attorneys to Present at Trucking Claims Boot Camp 2019

Transportation attorneys  Brian Beverly, Shannon Frankel, and Michael Rainey will be speaking to attendees at the Trucking Claims Boot Camp on common mistakes in catastrophic accident investigations and how to avoid them. Designed for claims professionals, the Boot Camp is offered at six locations throughout the United States as well as in London. Presenters are attorneys highly experienced in defending catastrophic trucking and transportation matters.

Dates & Locations:


  • Driving to Distraction: How to Handle Claims Involving Inattentive Drivers (Carr Allison)
  • Common Mistakes In Catastrophic Accident Investigation And How To Avoid Them (Young Moore)
  • What’s Going On Behind That Thick Skull? Adjusting Mild TBI Claims (Cox PLLC)
  • The Plaintiff’s Playbook: How To Recognize And Refute The Plaintiff’s Plays Before They Break The Huddle (Rincon Law Group and Alvarez Winthrop)
  • Liability Issues In Non-emergency Paratransit Transportation (Franklin & Prokopik)
  • Reviewing And Attacking Medical Bills (Bressler Amery Ross)
  • Surviving Armageddon: How To Manage The Worst Case Of Your Career (Dowd & Dowd)
  • Responding To Spoliation Letters (Pion Nerone)

For more information or to download a brochure, please visit click here.

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