Commercial Vehicle, 18-Wheeler & Oilfield Seminar

Published by Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Summary

Defeating the Independent Contractor Defense in Trucking Cases: Agency in Texas — New Strategies for New Law
SPEAKER: Josh Davis, Houston

Chapter 95 and Duties Owed to Contractors
SPEAKER: Rachel Ambler, Odessa

OSHA Regulations and Investigations
SPEAKER: Clay Miller, Dallas

Using the Rules and Regulations to Prove Your Trucking Case
SPEAKER: Jordan M. Jones, Farmington Hills, MI

Lessons from an Oilfield Services 18-Wheeler Case
SPEAKER: Don Kidd, Houston

What You Need to Do When You First Get the Case
SPEAKER: Janelle Bailey, Seattle, Washington

Trying the Trucking Case
SPEAKER: Mikal Watts, San Antonio

Negligent Training Cases – Dealing with Recent Supreme Court Case and Stipulation of Course and Scope
SPEAKER: Michael Cowen, San Antonio

Deposing the Trucking Company Representative
SPEAKER: R. Sean McEvoy, Atlanta, Georgia

Shooting Fish in a Barrel: The Truck Drivers Deposition
SPEAKER: Morgan Adams, Chattanooga, TN

Identifying Oilfield Cases – Who to Sue
SPEAKER: Laura Tamez, San Antonio

Insurance Issues in Truck Wreck Cases
SPEAKER: Mike Love, Lufkin

Broker and Shipper Liability Cases
SPEAKER: Robert Collins, Houston

Presenters
Mr. Josh Davis
Joshua “Josh” P. Davis has been practicing personal injury law for over 12 years, during which he has impressively won over 75 trials. Josh Davis is passionate about serving those wronged, making a difference in their lives for the better. His...More
Rachel Ambler, J.D.
Bar Admissions
• Licensed to practice in all Texas courts (State Bar of Texas No. 24081954)
• Licensed to practice in all New Mexico courts (State Bar of New Mexico No. 149469)
• Admitted to practice before the Federal Courts of...More

Clay Miller
Clay is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Clay has practiced solely in the field of catastrophic injury and wrongful death since graduating from law school. His practice has been limited to the...More
Jordan M. Jones
Education
Wayne State University Law School, Detroit, MI
Juris Doctor (JD), cum laude, May 2013
Bronze Key Certificate for Academic Achievement (2013; 2012)
Raymond L. Krell Scholarship recipient (2013; 2012)
Placed 2nd in...More

Donald H. Kidd
Donald H. Kidd has over 25 years of legal experience and has been named a member of the Million Dollar Advocates Forum. He is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization, a distinction granted to less than...More
Janelle Bailey
As the founding member of Washington Injury Law, Janelle has successfully taken on cases against some of the largest insurance companies in the nation. She has obtained 6 and 7 figures outcomes for her clients against insurance companies, trucking...More
Mikal C. Watts
Watts Guerra
San Antonio, Texas

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY
Watts Guerra LLP (and its predecessor firms)
San Antonio, Texas
Position Details: Capital Partner, Owner
Dates of Employment: 1997 – present
David L. Perry...More

Michael Cowen
Michael Cowen is the founding partner of Cowen | Rodriguez | Peacock, a personal injury firm in Texas which handles trucking, commercial motor vehicle, and product liability cases across the country.

With over 20 years of practicing law,...More

R. Sean McEvoy
Sean joined Fried Rogers Goldberg LLC after practicing with a firm that specialized in defending railroad, intermodal and commercial carriers. From this experience, Sean gained important insights into the inner-workings of insurance and...More
Morgan Adams
Morgan Adams, owner of Truck Wreck Justice, PLLC (East Coast) and Seattle Truck Law, PLLC (West Coast), is the past President of the Academy of Truck Accident Attorneys and past Chair of both the American Association for Justice’s Trucking Litigation...More
Laura G. Tamez
BACKGROUND, EDUCATION AND PRACTICE
Laura Tamez is a shareholder with the Herrera Law Firm, where she has a civil litigation practice to include cases relating to construction injury/oil rig litigation, medical malpractice and 18-Wheeler...More

Mike Love
Mike Love & Associates Law Firm focuses exclusively on personal injury litigation with an emphasis in 18-wheeler truck wreck cases. Mr. Love routinely handles a variety of complex personal injury cases, ranging from trucking cases, manufacturing and...More
Robert L. Collins
Author of the “Litigating Bus Crash Cases” chapter of the West Publishing treatise on “Litigating Truck Accident Cases,” Robert served as the 2013 Chair of the American Association for Justice Trucking Litigation Group, and in 2014 he served as Chair...More

Originally Published

August 16, 2019


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Defeating the Independent Contractor Defense in Trucking Cases: Agency in Texas — New Strategies for New Law
  • Defeating the Independent Contractor Defense in Trucking Cases: Agency in Texas — New Strategies for New Law - Paper
  • Chapter 95 and Duties Owed to Contractors
  • Chapter 95 and Duties Owed to Contractors - Paper
  • OSHA Regulations and Investigations
  • OSHA Regulations and Investigations - Paper
  • Using the Rules and Regulations to Prove Your Trucking Case
  • Using the Rules and Regulations to Prove Your Trucking Case - Paper
  • Lessons from an Oilfield Services 18-Wheeler Case
  • Lessons from an Oilfield Services 18-Wheeler Case - Paper
  • What You Need to Do When You First Get the Case
  • What You Need to Do When You First Get the Case - Paper
  • Trying the Trucking Case
  • Trying the Trucking Case - Paper
  • Negligent Training Cases – Dealing with Recent Supreme Court Case and Stipulation of Course and Scope
  • Negligent Training Cases – Dealing with Recent Supreme Court Case and Stipulation of Course and Scope - Paper
  • Deposing the Trucking Company Representative
  • Deposing the Trucking Company Representative - Paper
  • Shooting Fish in a Barrel: The Truck Drivers Deposition
  • Shooting Fish in a Barrel: The Truck Drivers Deposition - Paper
  • Identifying Oilfield Cases – Who to Sue
  • Identifying Oilfield Cases – Who to Sue - Paper
  • Insurance Issues in Truck Wreck Case
  • Insurance Issues in Truck Wreck Case - Paper
  • Broker and Shipper Liability Cases
  • Broker and Shipper Liability Cases - Paper
  • Defeating the Independent Contractor Defense in Trucking Cases: Agency in Texas — New Strategies for New Law - Handouts
  • Chapter 95 and Duties Owed to Contractors - Handouts
  • OSHA Regulations and Investigations - Handout
  • Using the Rules and Regulations to Prove Your Trucking Case - Handout
  • Lessons from an Oilfield Services 18-Wheeler Case - Handout
  • Negligent Training Cases – Dealing with Recent Supreme Court Case and Stipulation of Course and Scope - Handouts
  • Shooting Fish in a Barrel: The Truck Drivers Deposition - Handouts
  • Identifying Oilfield Cases – Who to Sue - Handouts
  • Insurance Issues in Truck Wreck Cases - Handouts

How To Attend

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