Earlier this month, Ken was invited to speak as a guest faculty member for the Hell on the Highways: Motorcycles, Trucks and Roads Seminar, presented by the Florida Justice Association.
The three-day conference provided hands-on, practical experience on litigation practices for lawyers, as told by nationally renowned trucking accident lawyers from around the country. Ken and his fellow faculty members led sessions by noting examples and successful litigation methods, based on previously tried cases and their experiences in the field.
Ken spoke on the benefits of utilizing focus groups as a way to prove liability and damages in trucking cases. During the session, Ken provided insight on how to select members of focus groups and how to ask the right questions to improve the odds of a winning a case.
Throughout his career, Ken has organized and led focus groups for high-profile cases involving auto and trucking accidents. While managing his own case load, Ken travels the country working with firms to gather important information to formulate strategies before going to trial.
The Florida Justice Association, formerly the Academy of Florida Trial Lawyers (AFTL), is dedicated to strengthening and upholding Florida’s civil justice system and protecting the rights of Florida’s citizens and consumers. FJA works in the legislative, political and public arenas to ensure that Floridians know and understand the importance of their rights to justice and to make certain that these rights, which are at the very core of what it means to be American, are safeguarded and protected.