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Why ‘Good Enough’ Isn’t Enough: A Fleet Liability Discussion

Liability associated with fleet-related crashes is the cause of budget-busting payouts and other less tangible headaches, such as damaged public perception. Unfortunately many fleets may not even be aware that they are just one incident away from a catastrophic liability payout — which could cost your fleet and your company millions of dollars in payouts and bad publicity.

During this free on-demand webinar, Rob Moseley, a transportation attorney with Smith Moore Leatherwood, and Chris Wolski, a long-time editor with Bobit Business Media’s fleet publications, discuss the reasons fleets get into liability trouble and, more important, how they can avoid it. Rob and Chris cover the many liability factors using a series of case studies highlighting:
  • Negligent hiring
  • Negligent supervision
  • Negligent retention
  • Negligent entrustment
They also give insights into why continuous motor vehicle record (MVR) monitoring is the cornerstone of spotting risky drivers and avoiding liability altogether, which is contrary to the conventional thinking that a once-a-year MVR pull is “good enough” to identify risky drivers — it isn’t.

Discover if your fleet is staring liability in the face and how you can avoid. View this free on-demand webinar today!




Meet Your Presenters



Chris Wolski
Content Editor
Bobit Business Media
 
Rob Moseley
Transportation Attorney
Smith Moore Leatherwood, LP
 


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