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    Identifying and Litigating a Product Liability Claim in Your Tort or Worker's Comp Case

    What You Will Learn

    • Identify a potential product liability claim in your client’s auto accident or worker’s comp case
    • Specific auto product defects to look for
    • Simple consumer products that have unknown defects
    • Workplace injuries and product defects in the work environment
    • Best practices for litigating product liability cases

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    What You Will Learn

    • Identify a potential product liability claim in your client’s auto accident or worker’s comp case
    • Specific auto product defects to look for
    • Simple consumer products that have unknown defects
    • Workplace injuries and product defects in the work environment
    • Best practices for litigating product liability cases
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    Thursday, March 11, 2021

    12PM PACIFIC
    (3:00 ET / 2:00 CT / 1:00 MT)

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    Price

    $99 for Association Member
    $129 for Non-Member

    75 minutes
    Publisher

    Workers' Injury Law & Advocacy Group

    Subjects

    Product Liability

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    Summary

    Your client’s simple auto accident or worker’s comp case could include a product liability claim Do you know what to look for to determine when your client’s injury may have been the result of a product defect?  This program will cover the types of plaintiff’s claims that might include a product defect case (work comp, simple auto accident, etc.), a breakdown of specific auto product defects attorneys should look for, and a look at simple consumer products that possess unknown defects. You will learn to identify product defects in the work environment that contribute to workplace injuries. The speakers will also cover best practices for litigating the product liability case once you've identified it.

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    Presenters

    Robert Langdon

    Bob Langdon, partner of Langdon & Emison, is a leading trial attorney who, for 30 years, has focused his practice on personal... Read More

    Kent Emison

    Kent Emison is a founding partner of Langdon & Emison where he devotes his practice to trucking accident, product liability... Read More

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    Agenda

    5 Minutes - Introduction
    60 Minutes - Presentation
    10 Minutes - Live Q&A with the Speaker

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