This Roads & Bridges and ATSSA webinar, held on April 11, 2024, offers insights into navigating the legal landscape after a work zone incident. Explore courtroom proceedings and the litigation process from the expert witness perspective, supported by real-life examples.

In this session you’ll learn what to expect in a courtroom following a work zone incident and processes that can help you prepare, including:

  • Best practices for records retention and production
  • The four elements of tort liability (when a company or person is accused of violating legal rights)
  • The process and stages of a lawsuit
  • What to expect at deposition and trial

Speaker:

  • Chip Darius – President, Safety Priority Consultants, LLC

Watch the recording 

Resource Type

  • Archived Webinar

Audience Type

  • Committee/Council
  • Contractor
  • Member
  • Public Agency
  • Services

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