We wish we were able to see you in-person in Omaha, but for the safety and well being of all ClaimsXchange members, staff and partners we are taking this years Transportation Conference off-road and online. The most exciting part? The entire conference is FREE for all ClaimsXchange members thanks to the generous support of our sponsors.
Never miss a session! We've scheduled all seven webinars at staggered times throughout the week. Join one or all and hear about the trending topics in the transportation space. Continuing Adjuster Credits are available in CA, FL, or TX (seven credits total) when you register and attend all seven sessions.
To learn more about the sessions and register for individual webinars, please use the links below. If you'd like to register for the full seven-session conference, register here:
As technology improves, vehicles become more sophisticated via the use of added sensors to monitor and control critical systems. After a collision occurs, data from such systems can be collected and interpreted to serve as a critical aspect of the accident reconstruction procedure. This session will cover multiple steps that are required from multiple parties in order to ensure a secure transfer of information.
This session provides detailed insight for claims professions to understand the proper considerations when setting reserves for and getting ready to try their transportation-related cases that includes an analysis of the applicable damages as well as other non-traditional factors that should be evaluated.
A case study of a fatal commercial motor vehicle accident with many twists and turns. What will the audience do at every twist and turn with each piece of new information? The audience will vote live via text messaging at the close of the plaintiff’s case and again at the close of the defense case. We will start from the emergency response to the present. The case is about an accident that occurred in August involving a successful, married, 36 year old, restaurant owner at the beach in New Jersey. At the time of the accident, he had 2 children, both under the age of 5. He was adored by all in the community. Mr. Smith was on his way home from work when he crashed into the rear of a truck mounted attenuator, at a high rate of speed, at night time, during the busy summer months. Evidence will be presented by experts in the fields of accident reconstruction, human factors, toxicology, economic damages, conscious pain and suffering damages, wrongful death damages, forensic technology and highway construction. All along the way using a strategic approach to working with your adversary, not necessarily against them, but also defending your client at the same time.
Every minute counts after a trucking vehicle accident whether it is deemed serious or not. This presentation will explore the scope of a Rapid Response team in trucking accidents, a team which includes attorneys, investigators, forensic engineers, accident reconstructionists and former state troopers. It will explore what each individual in the RRT does and why such a team can provide invaluable information about an accident in the minutes and hours after any trucking accident has occurred including exploring how modern drone technology can help capture important facts in real time at the accident scene.
This session will start with an interactive discussion of recent nuclear verdicts across the country and an analysis of the underlying statistics to help understand what's driving them. We will then discuss current and planned strategic and legislative efforts to curtail nuclear verdicts and how you – the trucking industry and defense counsel – can help in that effort.
This session will provide a step-by-step explanation of how we were able to prove that an accident was fraudulent, resulting in the federal indictments of eight people in New Orleans for staging accidents with 18-wheelers. We will also discuss how to successfully expose and defend against medical funding schemes to reduce exposure.
Using real case examples, this session will explain what types of data, including deleted data, can be recovered from cell phones and used to determine if a driver was texting, searching the internet, using hands-free Bluetooth, or watching a video. Attendees will also learn how phone bills and CDRs (Call Detail Records) are often misused by experts to attribute activity and distraction to a driver when there is no evidence of it in reality.
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