Managing the Legal Risks of Vehicle Safety Technologies

Every com­pa­ny whose busi­ness depends upon large indus­tri­al vehi­cle fleets is wor­ried about vehi­cle acci­dents. Although the busi­ness cost of acci­dents is sub­stan­tial, it is the risk of law­suits and puni­tive dam­ages that keeps many fleet and risk man­agers up at nights. One need only dri­ve down the inter­state and count the num­ber of bill­boards adver­tis­ing plain­tiffs’ attor­neys and truck­ing acci­dents to have that idea rein­forced.

This  com­pre­hen­sive white paper, pre­sent­ed by Hous­ton legal firm Alaniz Schraed­er Link­er Far­ries Mayes, answers the ques­tion:

‘How does a com­pa­ny bal­ance the need to imple­ment ade­quate lev­els of vehi­cle safe­ty tech­nol­o­gy to avoid a neg­li­gence find­ing while still try­ing to main­tain busi­ness and oper­a­tional effi­cien­cies?’

Down­load the white paper to learn how you can build a Safe­ty Tech­nol­o­gy Inte­gra­tion Plan.

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