Young Moore Sponsors Trucking Management Conference

Blurring. A large truck is driving along the highway at high speed. Sky with bright red clouds. Delivery of cargo.

Young Moore is proud to support the North Carolina Trucking Association (NCTA) Annual Management Conference as a silver sponsor. The event, themed Together We Achieve More, brings industry leaders together to celebrate the benefits of working together to achieve goals. The agenda features inspiring keynote speakers and educational sessions on thought provoking topics.

Young Moore transportation attorney and NCTA member, Michael S. Rainey, will be attending the event. Michael litigates trucking and transportation, product liability, and premises liability cases, with an emphasis on wrongful death and catastrophic injury claims. As a member of the firm’s transportation “Go Team”, he has substantial experience in coordinating emergency response and investigation of catastrophic losses throughout North Carolina. He is also the leader of the firm’s condemnation and eminent domain team.

About NCTA

North Carolina Trucking Association (NCTA) was founded in 1929 with an interest in providing educational and safety materials to the ever growing truck industry. NCTA works to protect the interests of the trucking industry in North Carolina by working with state and federal regulatory agencies and enforcement agencies. NCTA is dedicated to providing the industry with excellence in education, training and information. Not only does NCTA provide valuable training and meetings with regulatory agencies, but also coordinates annual conferences and events to bring members of the industry together. NCTA is proud to give a voice to North Carolina’s trucking industry and is constantly engaged to promote their interests.

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