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Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues 2022

Product ID: CA3340R
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

This program is an excerpt from Car Crash Symposium 2022.

Electric avenues

Motorized electric transportation has become an increasingly popular way to get around as part of the “vehicle sharing” revolution. E-bikes and e-scooters boast a lower carbon footprint than traditional transportation and many cities have embraced shared mobility. But as the popularity of e-transportation vehicles rises, so do injuries and deaths associated with their use.

The law has not kept up with the technology or the demand for e-transportation, leaving open many questions about liability and insurance coverage when injuries occur. Plus, there are currently no statutes or jury instructions addressing many issues associated with e-transportation. With an imminent increase in related litigation, now is a great time to learn ways to approach e-transportation injury cases.

Expand your practice to encompass e-transportation litigation with help from Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues.

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Monday, May 30, 202212:00 PM - 12:50 PM CT

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This program is an excerpt from Car Crash Symposium 2022.

Electric avenues

Motorized electric transportation has become an increasingly popular way to get around as part of the “vehicle sharing” revolution. E-bikes and e-scooters boast a lower carbon footprint than traditional transportation and many cities have embraced shared mobility. But as the popularity of e-transportation vehicles rises, so do injuries and deaths associated with their use.

The law has not kept up with the technology or the demand for e-transportation, leaving open many questions about liability and insurance coverage when injuries occur. Plus, there are currently no statutes or jury instructions addressing many issues associated with e-transportation. With an imminent increase in related litigation, now is a great time to learn ways to approach e-transportation injury cases.

Expand your practice to encompass e-transportation litigation with help from Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues.

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This program is an excerpt from Car Crash Symposium 2022.

Electric avenues

Motorized electric transportation has become an increasingly popular way to get around as part of the “vehicle sharing” revolution. E-bikes and e-scooters boast a lower carbon footprint than traditional transportation and many cities have embraced shared mobility. But as the popularity of e-transportation vehicles rises, so do injuries and deaths associated with their use.

The law has not kept up with the technology or the demand for e-transportation, leaving open many questions about liability and insurance coverage when injuries occur. Plus, there are currently no statutes or jury instructions addressing many issues associated with e-transportation. With an imminent increase in related litigation, now is a great time to learn ways to approach e-transportation injury cases.

Expand your practice to encompass e-transportation litigation with help from Modern Electric Transportation: Cutting Edge Crash and Insurance Issues.

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Jay A. Urban is a founding member and partner of the firm Urban & Taylor S.C. with offices in Milwaukee and Tomah, WI. He represents individuals in complex personal injury and death cases, practicing in all areas of tort law with a specific focus on catastrophic trucking, nursing home abuse, and products/consumer liability matters nationwide (in the MDL federal court system). He has been named to Federal MDL leadership on multiple occasions taking on the large pharmaceutical and other corporate interests who put profits over people. He has been certified as a Civil Trial Specialist by the National Board of Trial Advocacy and as an advocate by the National Board of Civil Pretrial Practice Advocacy. 

Jay has been repeatedly elected by his peers for inclusion in Super Lawyers and Best Lawyers in America and other such reviews on an annual basis.  Jay has served on the Wisconsin Association for Justice Board of Directors since 1998 and he is the current Governor for AAJ from Wisconsin for several years.  Jay is a frequent lecturer at litigation and trial skills seminars across the country most often part of AAJ and various state TLAs, and is also actively involved in the American Association for Justice and the Southern Trial Lawyers Association.  He was the recipient of the Baldwin Most Outstanding Young Trial Lawyer award from AAJ in 2002 as well as other honors from this association. 

As a WAJ officer, he looks forward to continuing the mission of WAJ in the education and networking of the Wisconsin trial bar as well as assisting the organization and our clients in their governmental interests.  Jay is married with two daughters.

  • Understand how to build your case, starting with the investigation and preservation of evidence
  • Explore grounds for claims against e-bike sharing services or municipalities, and potential defenses to those claims
  • Assess potential legal theories arising from roadway factors and standards
  • Consider legal liability ramifications for driverless cars
  • Personal injury lawyers
  • Insurance defense lawyers
  • General practitioners
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