Written by industry professionals, engineers, reconstructionists, and litigators experienced in the trucking field, this comprehensive guidebook provides a strong knowledge base of the trucking industry and serves as a how to for handling a commercial motor vehicle case from intake to trial. The book covers: the lawyer's role in a truck accident investigation; data collection, site, vehicle, and electronic evidence; spoliation of evidence; driving situations (weather conditions, hazardous materials, human factors); on-board electronics; tires, wheels and brakes; technology (what exists, how to use it, and admissibility in court); the plaintiff and defense perspectives; changes from the engineering perspective with respect to engine configuration, speed, and more; and the trial.Drivera#39;s CDL 30. Drivera#39;s workersa#39; compensation file Conclusion Early and ... The Kentucky Commercial Drivera#39;s License Manual, Kentucky State Police Driver Testing Branch, 2002, p. 2-26. 3. 49C.F.R. As391. 11 (a). 4. 49 C.F.R. As391. 11(b)( 7)anbsp;...
|Title||:||Truck Accident Litigation|
|Author||:||Laura Ruhl Genson, Anita Kerezman|
|Publisher||:||American Bar Association - 2006|