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"Mode of Operation Doctrine"

Event Host: 
South Jersey Claims Association
Location: 
The Mansion 3000 Main St, , Voorhees , NJ
Date/Time: 
Thursday, March 24, 2016 - 5:00pm to 8:00pm

Slips and Falls in Commercial Establishments

Featured speaker, Lisa Only, Esq. will explain when and how the "Mode of Operation Doctrine" applies to slip and fall cases at commercial establishments. The discussion will include store owners duty to make sure there is nothing on the floor to provide a hazard to its customers.  Her discussion includes when and how a plaintiff must establish in court that the defendant had actual constructive notice of the dangerous condition that allegedly caused an accident.

About South Jersey Claims Association:

Since 1955 the SJCA has offered a unique forum where numerous insurance claims professionals from the Tristate area have gathered each month in the pursuit of sharing insurance-related knowledge. The goal of the SJCA has been to promote Insurance Education, Ethical Claims Practices, and Fellowship among insurance professionals. By offering a wide variety of speakers at our meetings the SJCA has provided an important source of insurance education to our members and guests.

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