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Day 1: Overview of trucking law: intake, first steps, law and standards of care

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January 13, 2020


Ohio Association for Justice


Trucking Litigation


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Part 1 of a 3 Day Webinar Series - January 13-15, 2020

Truck crash litigation is different than litigating car crash cases. This webinar starts with an overview of the federal regulations and industry standards that govern commercial motor vehicles. It then gets more in-depth with currently technology issues and ends with practical advice for maximizing case value.

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Day 1: Overview of trucking law: intake, first steps, law and standards of care

Day 2: Getting the data: understanding USDOT websites, post-crash inspections and vehicle computer downloads

Day 3: Maximizing non-catastrophic truck cases; 9 things to do before settling a truck crash case

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Michael Leizerman
The Law Firm for Truck Safety

Michael Leizerman is a founder of the law firm Leizerman & Young, which handles truck accident litigation across the... Read More

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Overview of trucking law: intake, first steps, law and standards of care
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