Construction Accident Claims Investigation: What the insurers don't want you to know
Construction Accident Claims Investigation: What the insurers don’t want you to know



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Course Description

This program was recorded on December 28, 2018

The purpose of this presentation is to provide each Conference Attendee – Attorneys, Paralegals, and their Staff, with basic information regarding FORENSIC INVESTIGATION OF CONSTRUCTION ACCIDENTS AND WRONGFUL DEATHS. This presentation will also address initial contacts, site inspection, gathering evidence, testing, reconstruction, surveillance, witness’ statements, police reports, and admission of evidence, as affected by applicable laws, rules, customs, usage and practices in various jurisdictions, and to provide a guide for proper claims investigation, evaluation and presentation.

Attorney Matt ArvinMatt Arvin
Matthew Arvin graduated from Ave Maria School of Law after earning his undergraduate degree in History and Classics from Valparaiso University. Matthew has five years of experience in construction safety management where he has worked for clients such as Duke Energy, General Mills, Toyota, and General Motors. Additionally, he is an authorized OSHA trainer where he teaches OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 classes. Barred in Tennessee, Matthew’s legal expertise includes personal injury on the job site and safety regulations in the construction industry. He resides in the Nashville area with his wife, Chelsea, and their dog Harper.

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  1. Types of Construction-Related Accident /Wrongful Death Incidents
  2. “Accident”, Insurable Event, Defined
  3. Investigation of Construction-Related Cases and Claims
  4. Forensic Construction Investigation Worklist
  5. Evidence Big Picture
  6. Expert Selection
  7. Forensic Investigator and Expert Witness Resources
  8. Accident /Incident Investigation Worklist
  9. Fact Inquiry
  10. Anatomy of a Construction Project
  11. Potentially Culpable Persons, Parties, Entities
  12. Construction-Related Claims Discovery- Resources
  13. Preservation and Spoliation Issues
  14. Photos and Video Recordings of the Scene
  15. Spotting Red Flags
  16. Questions to Always Ask Witnesses
  17. Working with Law Enforcement to Obtain Evidence.
  18. GPS Evidence; Obtaining, Authenticating and Admitting
  19. Cell Phone Evidence: Obtaining, Authenticating and Admitting