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Boardwalk 2018 - Auto Pitfalls: Things Are Not Always What They Appear to Be

Published by New Jersey Association for Justice


Auto Pitfalls: Things Are Not Always What They Appear to Be was originally presented on Friday, May 11, 2018 at the Boardwalk Seminar 2018 in Atlantic City, NJ.

The program features presenters lecturing on a variety of topics such as:

James/Agha/Nowicki Revisited: What Comes Into Evidence and What Doesn’t
Norberto Garcia, Esq. – Jersey City, NJ

Pitfalls Litigating Pedestrian Cases
Mark W. Davis, Esq. – Princeton, NJ

Pitfalls Litigating Trucking Cases
Joseph Fried, Esq. – Atlanta, GA

Pitfalls Litigating Rideshare Vehicle Cases
Dre’ Fleury, Esq. – Charlotte, NC

What to Look For in Litigating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases
Bruce Stern, Esq. – Princeton, NJ

Autonomous Vehicles
Elise R. Sanguinetti, Esq. - Oakland, CA

Pamela Mullis, Esq. Columbia, S.C.

Pitfalls Handling the Motorcycle Case
Jerry Friedman, Esq. – Marlton, NJ

Norberto A Garcia, Esq.
Norberto A. Garcia is a Partner at Javerbaum Wurgaft Hicks Kahn Wikstrom & Sinins . As a Certified Civil Trial Attorney and member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA), Norberto A. Garcia has represented clients in a broad spectrum of...More
Mark Davis, Esq.
Mark Davis Esq., is a co-founder of Davis & Brusca. He has devoted his practice to helping seriously injured people and their families for over 20 years, and has recovered millions of dollars on behalf of his clients. Mark understands that the true...More
Joseph A. Fried, Esq.
Joe Fried, Esq limits his practice to handling truck and bus crash cases nationally. Based out of Atlanta Georgia, Joe has handled cases in more than 30 States with total recoveries over $600 million. Joe is the founder of the Academy of Truck...More
Dré Fleury, Esq.
Dré Fleury Esq., is a North Carolina personal injury attorney and the Personal Injury Practice Group Leader at Crumley Roberts. Dré is admitted to practice law in North Carolina and the United States District Courts for the Eastern, Middle, and...More
Richard J. Albuquerque, Esq.
Rick Albuquerque is a member of D’Arcy Johnson Day in Egg Harbor Township, NJ. He is certified as a civil trial attorney by both the NJ Supreme Court and the National Board of Trial Advocacy. This past September he attended a week-long trial...More
Bruce H. Stern, Esq.
Bruce H. Stern is a Shareholder of Stark and Stark and member of the Accident & Personal Injury Group, where he concentrates his practice in the area of traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries and wrongful death. In July 2004, Bruce began publishing...More
Elise Sanguinetti, Esq.
Elise Sanguinetti Esq., is a founding partner at Arias Sanguinetti Wang & Torrijos LLP with offices in Oakland, Los Angeles, Las Vegas and Montreal. Ms. Sanguinetti’s main focus of expertise is serious injury, wrongful death cases, civil appeals and...More
Jerry Friedman, Esq.
Jerry Friedman is a solo practitioner with offices in Marlton. The last 30 years, Jerry's practice has been almost exclusively dedicated to motorcycle accidents.
Pamela R. Mullis, Esq.
Pamela R. Mullis, Esq. Has been practicing personal injury law for the past 19 years at the Mullis Law Firm in Columbia, South Carolina. An active member of the American Association for Justice – now serving as South Carolina's representative to...More

Originally Published

May 11, 2018

Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • James/Agha/Nowicki Revisited: What Comes Into Evidence and What Doesn’t - Video
  • Pitfalls Litigating Pedestrian Cases - Video
  • Pitfalls Litigating Trucking Cases - Video
  • Pitfalls Litigating Rideshare Vehicle Cases - Video
  • What to Look For in Litigating Mild Traumatic Brain Injury Cases - Video
  • Autonomous Vehicles - Video
  • Pitfalls Handling the Motorcycle Case - Video
  • Paper - Pitfalls Litigating Rideshare Vehicle Cases
  • Paper - Avoiding Pitfalls of Trucking Litigation
  • Paper - Pitfalls Handling the Motorcycle Case Syllabus

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