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Three Steps for Analyzing and Presenting Complex MVAs

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Date Published

May 19, 2020

Publisher

New York State Academy of Trial Lawyers

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Summary

This presentation will cover the three-step analysis for breaking down complex motor vehicle accidents. The steps include looking at the individual, the instrumentality, and the environment involved. A case illustration involving a high speed police chase will be used to show how the steps can take a complex situation and make it understandable for both the attorney and the jury.

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Presenters

Francis M. Letro, Esq.


Ronald J. Wright, Esq.


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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Three Steps for Analyzing and Presenting Complex MVAs - Video
Three Steps for Analyzing and Presenting Complex MVAs - Paper
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