Webinar: Using video in the accident liability process

You’ve received word of a collision and your driver may or may not be at fault. Now what? Learn how the experts use video technology – including ECU, mapping and G-force data – in the accident liability process, including litigation, pre-litigation and accident reconstruction.

Fleet Owner’s free webinar, Using Video for Accident Reconstruction, Pre-Litigation and Liability Determination, will cover useful data points needed for reconstruction, specific examples of accidents and driver exonerations, and best practices for using video to determine liability. Registration is open for the webinar, which will be held on Thursday, July 27, from 2-3 ET/11-noon PT.

Learn how video data changes unfavorable claim factors to favorable, immediately. Shorten your average claims process, increase your percentage of exoneration settlements and, potentially, reduce your claims settlements.

Presenter Angie Leathers has 23 years of experience in the legal field and in her current position as litigation coordinator, Leathers assists Averitt’s general and outside counsel with the defense of its vehicle liability litigation and workers’ compensation. Leathers assists with the evaluation of claims and strategy, attends mediations as the corporate representative, reviews and assists in the drafting of policy and attends reconstruction with Averitt’s experts in high-liability accidents.

Presenter Will Partenheimer has been in the accident reconstruction and fleet safety field for over 24 years. He has investigated over 1,000 crashes and specializes in commercial vehicles. He received his initial training in law enforcement and has continued his education in the private sector. He holds full accreditation from The Accreditation Commission for Traffic Accident Reconstructionists (ACTAR) and is a certified director of safety by the North American Transportation Management Institute (NATMI), where he also teaches accident investigation and reconstruction. 

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