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Car Crash Symposium 2023

Product ID: CA3527R11
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Time for a tune up

Distracted and reckless driving. More trucks and SUVs on the roads. Heavier vehicles with more horsepower. Although cars are getting safer, traffic fatalities are on the rise across the United States.1 To keep you up to speed on current issues in car crash cases, Car Crash Symposium 2023 brings experienced practitioners together to discuss everything from uninsured motorists to artificial intelligence.

Reconstruct it

This fast-paced program provides an overview of crash reconstruction, starting with the basics and moving onto helpful electronic, photo, and video data sources used in reconstruction, evidence preservation, and courtroom presentation.

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Pricing

Member $269.00

Non-Member $349.00

Credits

6.5 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Wednesday, May 22, 20248:30 AM - 3:30 PM CT

Add to Calendar 5/22/2024 8:30:00 AM 5/22/2024 3:30:00 PM America/Chicago Car Crash Symposium 2023

Time for a tune up

Distracted and reckless driving. More trucks and SUVs on the roads. Heavier vehicles with more horsepower. Although cars are getting safer, traffic fatalities are on the rise across the United States.1 To keep you up to speed on current issues in car crash cases, Car Crash Symposium 2023 brings experienced practitioners together to discuss everything from uninsured motorists to artificial intelligence.

Reconstruct it

This fast-paced program provides an overview of crash reconstruction, starting with the basics and moving onto helpful electronic, photo, and video data sources used in reconstruction, evidence preservation, and courtroom presentation. aagOTNdBczOPpqCrTmAF60877

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Time for a tune up

Distracted and reckless driving. More trucks and SUVs on the roads. Heavier vehicles with more horsepower. Although cars are getting safer, traffic fatalities are on the rise across the United States.1 To keep you up to speed on current issues in car crash cases, Car Crash Symposium 2023 brings experienced practitioners together to discuss everything from uninsured motorists to artificial intelligence.

Reconstruct it

This fast-paced program provides an overview of crash reconstruction, starting with the basics and moving onto helpful electronic, photo, and video data sources used in reconstruction, evidence preservation, and courtroom presentation.

Read More ↓

Sponsored By

Interested in sponsoring this program? Find out more.

Program Chairs

Laura M. Lyons
Secura Insurance
Middleton

Jacqueline Chada Nuckels
Nuckels Law LLC
Oconomowoc

Faculty

Christine Bremer Muggli
Bremer & Trollop, S.C.
Wausau

Paul D. Curtis
Axley Brynelson LLP
Madison

Charles F. Domer
Domer Law, S.C.
Milwaukee/Waukesha

Robert D. Ebbe
University of Wisconsin School of Medicine & Public Health
Madison

Amy M. Freiman
Hills Legal Group Ltd
Waukesha

Corey G. Lorenz
Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C.
Madison

Jeffrey J. Peterson
Skogen Engineering Group Inc.
Fitchburg

Stacie H. Rosenzweig
Halling & Cayo, S.C.
Milwaukee

Kristen S. Scheuerman
Weiss Law Office, S.C.
Appleton

8:30 a.m. Crash Reconstruction and the Preservation of Physical and Electronic Evidence

  • Motor vehicle crash reconstruction basics
  • Electronic data sources that can be helpful in crash reconstruction
  • Photograph and video sources that are becoming more common
  • The use of drone imaging and 3d laser scanning in evidence preservation
  • The use of drone imaging and 3d laser scanning images in the courtroom

Jeffrey J. Peterson

9:20 a.m. The Banuelos Decision: The Price of Accessing Medical Records

Corey G. Lorenz

9:50 a.m. Break

10:05 a.m. Competing or Coordinating Claims: Crashes Involving Worker’s Compensation

  • Communication between liability and worker’s compensation attorneys
  • Maximizing injured worker recovery
  • Issues with §102.29 distribution formula and reducing clauses
  • Medicare concerns in worker’s compensation cases

Charles F. Domer

10:55 a.m. Medicare Compliance From Pre-Suit Handling to Case Resolution

  • Review a recent DOJ memo impacting litigation cases involving Medicare-recipient parties
  • Important considerations when handling a Medicare file

Kristen S. Scheuerman

11:45 p.m. Lunch Break (on your own)

12:45 p.m. Technology and Ethics

  • Responsibly utilizing AI technology in your practice
  • Understanding technology involved in a case
  • Data and privacy considerations

Stacie H. Rosenzweig

1:35 p.m. Break

1:50 p.m.  Crashes with Uninsured Motorists

Amy M. Freiman

2:40 p.m. The Alt Privilege in Practice – Medical and Other Experts (From the 46th Annual Torts Update)

  • Discussion of Burnett v. Alt and its progeny 
    • Foundation of Alt: Court-retained experts
    • Alt and subsequent Wisconsin caselaw
    • Elements and exceptions from caselaw
  • Scope of the Alt privilege 
    • Outside the scope of Alt: Fact testimony
    • What Alt covers: Opinion testimony
    • Who can assert Alt: Is it only available to medical providers?
  • Perspectives, challenges and pointers in practice
    • Plaintiff: contact with treating physician, medical report letters, and preparing treating physician for testimony
    • Defense: Be prepared – know the facts/medicine, be respectful of doctor’s time, Preparing the IME doctor

Christine Bremer Muggli, Paul D. Curtis, Robert D. Ebbe

3:30 p.m. Program Concludes

  • Understand what goes into crash reconstruction and the preservation of evidence
  • Find out how a criminal case can impact a parallel civil case
  • Hear updates on medical record access and costs following the Banuelos decision
  • Review considerations for handling a crash involving worker’s compensation
  • Go in-depth on crashes with an uninsured motorist
  • Receive ethical guidance on using artificial intelligence and “smart” vehicle technology
  • Personal injury lawyers
  • Tort lawyers
  • Insurance defense attorneys
  • Civil litigators
  • General practitioners

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