Occupiers’ Liability: Refresher on Key Issues + How to Use Biomechanical Evidence
November 16, 2022
Successfully defending a trip and fall/slip and fall claim starts with a solid understanding of the Occupiers’ Liability Act. It also involves understanding when to engage experts to provide biomechanical evidence that can help provide clarity on causation and the likelihood of injury.
Join Field Law’s Peter Gibson, Stefanie Kingsbury and Jonathon Austin and MEA Forensic’s Dennis Chimich for a complimentary webinar that will discuss:
- Key provisions of the Occupiers’ Liability Act
- Important cases outlining an occupiers’ duty of care and factors courts will consider in evaluating liability
- Situations involving overlapping insurers and a concurrent duty to defend
- How biomechanical analysis and reconstruction can be used to assess whether reported injuries are consistent with the physical evidence
Who should attend? The webinar will be of interest to adjusters and claims examiners investigating personal injury claims arising out of trip and falls/slip and falls and occupiers’ liability cases.
Original broadcast: November 16, 2022
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