“All the instructors were knowledgeable about the topic and provided their experiences. It was very enlightening to get other ideas for settlement and handling of trucking claims.”
- 2021 Student
The School of Transportation draws upon the expertise of the industry’s leading professionals and experts in trucking litigation to educate you on the effective methods of investigation and resolution of transportation claims. The curriculum, theories, case scenarios, principles, and test questions were designed to be put to use on a daily basis.
You will learn the factors to consider throughout the investigation, evaluation, and resolution of transportation losses. Instructors will walk you through the varying complexity of transportation loss scenarios from the onset of an accident through trial. Plus, you will learn the necessity of early response, clear communication, as well as investigation tools and methods, their impact on recognition of exposures, and how they aid in proactive defense to combat outsized verdicts.
This comprehensive program is comprised of three progressive levels. For more detail on the courses, please view the complete learning objectives.
Covers the fundamentals of investigation, technology, and claims litigation management.
This course is delivered virtually. Upon successful completion of the final exam students may advance to Level 2. Students also have the option to test out of Level 1 and begin their course of study with Level 2.
Prerequisite: Transportation Level 1 or test out option
Delves into tractor/trailer units for a better understanding of components and driver responsibilities in pre-trip inspections, plus an advanced review of complex injuries, medical analysis resources, Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR), IMEs and accident reconstruction.
This course is taught in person. Upon successful completion of the final exam, students may advance to Level 3.
Prerequisite: Transportation Level 2
Provides more advanced tools, with practical strategies to defend against the "Reptile Theory" and manage spoliation issues. You will learn to identify essential technical information, as well as techniques to discern and present data.
This course is taught in person. Upon successful completion of the final exam, students will earn their CCP designation.
Certified Claims Professional Designation
Upon completion of all three levels, you will earn the Certified Claims Professional (CCP) designation in Transportation, including a digital badge to showcase your accomplishment. Earning this designation sets up apart from your peers and signals your expertise to your manager or prospective employer.
Claims College only happens once a year. Enrollment is limited to ensure optimal student- instructor ratios. Enroll now!
Jim Foster Partner, Cassiday Schade LLP
Christopher Fusco Managing Partner, Callahan & Fusco, LLC.
Paul Greene Assistant Vice President, Complex Case Unit, Claims, Canal Insurance Company
Tim Roth Attorney, Gallagher Sharp, LLP
Caryn Siebert VP - Carrier Practice, Gallagher Bassett Services, Inc.
Brad Wagner Field Claims Manager , Acuity Insurance