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Young Moore Attorneys to Present at Trucking Claims Boot Camp 2020

Transportation attorneys  Shannon S. Frankel and Michael S. Rainey will be speaking to attendees at the Trucking Claims Boot Camp on Best Strategies for Achieving Early Resolution. Designed for claims professionals, the Boot Camp is offered at eight locations throughout the United States. Presenters are attorneys highly experienced in defending catastrophic trucking and transportation matters.

Dates & Locations:

Agenda:

  • Handling Autonomous and Semi-Autonomous Vehicle Claims (Carr Allison)
  • Best Strategies for Achieving Early Resolution (Young Moore)
  • The Perfect Storm: Ethical Considerations in Modern Day Commercial Trucking Litigation and Strategies to Approach Conflicts of Interest (Rincon Law Group, P.C.)
  • The Changing Landscape of Commercial Truck Litigation Claims Handling and Legal Defense (Alvarez Winthrop Thompson & Storey, P.A.)
  • How to Crack Plaintiff’s Medical Treatment (Franklin & Prokopik)
  • Driver Qualification Files and Other Federal Motor Carrier Regulations Commonly at Issue in Transportation Claims (Bressler Amery Ross)
  • The Adjusters’ Guide to Nuclear Verdicts (Cox P.L.L.C.)
  • High Times: Trucking Claims in the Age of Marijuana Legalization (Pion, Nerone, Girman, Winslow & Smith, P.C.)

For more information visit www.truckingbootcamp.com or click here to download a brochure.

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