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

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Live Webcast - Date Pending - December 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.



  • J Norman Stark
    J. NORMAN STARK is an Attorney-at-Law, here a Registered Architect, (AIA, NCARB) Registered Landscape Architect, Graduate Interior Designer, Planner and Senior Appraiser (ASA), admitted to practice law before the Bar of Ohio, the US District Courts, Ohio and Illinois (Central Dist.), the US Court of Appeals, and the United States Supreme Court. He has experience in Business, Construction, Real Property, Litigation and Construction-Legal Project Management and Construction Crisis Management. He maintains an office in Cleveland, Ohio.

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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

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