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Breakfast & Keynote
We live in a world of accelerating change today. Evidence abounds all around us: take as a single example the shift from paper maps to real-time GPS on your mobile phone that has occurred over the past decade. Insurance is not immune: long resistant to change by design, the recent rise of insurtech holds the promise of a radically different future. While entrepreneurs and technologists are seeking to change insurance from the outside, industry professionals are also seeking to shape the future from within. Come learn from innovation expert and author Rob Galbraith why we are on the cusp of the end of insurance as we know it and how investing in your professional education is the best way to prepare yourself for what’s to come.Back to top
Negligent Hiring, Retention and Supervision
This course focuses on the legal basis for a Plaintiff to bring a case for negligent hiring, supervision, and/or retention in the context of a motor vehicle case. The course will also focus on the cross-examination of a Plaintiff's witness in order to aid the target audience in their investigations of such claims.
Anatomy of a Truck
Independent Medical Examiner (IME)
Gary Pushkin, Cohen and Pushkin MD PA
Carole Whitted-Ridgeway, CCP, CLMP, Maverick Transportation, LLC
This course will describe the purposes and goals of an independent medical examination. It will discuss how to choose an examining doctor as well as documents needed and other preparation for the examination. A mock IME will be conducted.Back to top
Comprehensive Injury Evaluation Analyzing & Valuing Complex Injury
The Role of Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) Regulations in Truck Accident Claims
Basic Truck Accident Reconstruction
This course will give the claims professionals insight on accident reconstruction basics. They will learn how an expert reconstructionist investigates a scene and determines the causes of accidents. The course will also cover a tractor/trailer’s mechanical systems and how they relate to accident causes.
Ability to understand time and distance calculations
Ability to understand the importance of scene and vehicle documentation
Ability to understand perception, reaction and stopping distances
Ability to understand air brake system
Ability to understand light bulb filaments
Advanced Truck Accident Reconstruction
This course will give the claims professionals insight on accident reconstruction advanced. They will learn how an expert reconstructionist investigates a scene and determines the causes of accidents. The course will also cover a tractor/trailer’s mechanical systems and how they relate to accident causes.
Ability to understand engine Electronic Control Modules.