THIS WEEK WE RECOMMEND THE FOLLOWING WEBINAR:
Not only is this an excellent webinar for liability adjusters, it is actually good for property folks, too. It is important in subrogation as well as determining the cause of loss.
Eyewitness Testimony and Its Impact on Adjustments
Join us for a Webinar on June 12, 2014
Please register using your Provencher email address to register
as we are an Affiliate Member.
Space is limited.
Join David Curry, Ph.D., Vice President, Human Performance Sciences and Technology for ITC Experts, for our next webinar on Eyewitness Testimony and Its Impact on Adjustments.
Judges and juries oftentimes regard eyewitnesses to accidents or incidents as a sort of gold standard as to what occurred. The great credence they give to the testimony of such eyewitnesses largely ignores well-known limitations to the human perceptual system. The problem is further compounded by a lack of understanding of how the mind retains information and how it evolves over time. This presentation is designed to acquaint the audience with some of the issues which affect or limit the perception of the individual at the time of an event, as well as make attendees aware of how and why memory for the event evolves over time in response to a wide variety of factors. This presentation is particularly timely, since judges in New Jersey are now required to provide this type of information to juries in criminal cases, likely opening the door to similar testimony in civil litigation as well.
Learning ObjectivesBy attending this session, you will:
- Review human perceptual limitations and aberrations that may affect an individual's recall of an accident/incident** Registration is limited to 1000 participants **
- Describe memory limitations, misinterpretations, and alterations that may affect an individual's recall of critical details of a witnessed accident/incident
- Evaluate how limitations can most easily be identified, addressed, and handled during investigation and potential litigation
- Demonstrate why scientifically-obtained physical evidence is often more valid than witness testimony
Please register using your Provencher email address as we are an Affiliate Member.
After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar. Please note there are no adjuster CE credits earned with this webinar series.
Reserve your Webinar seat now at: https://www3.gotomeeting.com/register/920089862
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