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The Impact of Damage

TASA ID: 4642

Most legal cases I am involved with fall into two general categories. The first involves the fairly straightforward appraisal report for divorce cases wherein an aircraft needs to be appraised as part of the settlement or the appraisal is needed for the attorney's client who is purchasing an aircraft and the market value is required for financing. The market value may also be needed as an integral part of the initial Purchase Agreement or in negotiating the price itself. While these appraisal situations are fairly routine projects for me, I am always surprised to hear the attorney hiring me state that I was the only one who physically examined the aircraft and its records when developing my opinion of value.

The Ins and Outs of Vehicular Accident Reconstruction, From the Experts Point of View

TASA ID: 417

In vehicular accident reconstruction, it is always a concern when attorneys wait until the eleventh hour to call in an engineering expert to first analyze a case. The accident reconstructionist will do his best work when there is ample time to visit the site as soon as possible in order to take measurements, observe the evidence, and analyze the case.

The Less Lethal Option for American Policing: Exploring Less Lethal Use of Force

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TASA ID: 3454

One of the most controversial policies regularly questioned in the public domain is police use of force.  Through the news media, we are regularly apprised of situations in which police are alleged to have used excessive force during the apprehension of a suspect or an incident in which a suspect was killed as a result of police action.  This essay is an attempt to enlighten the reader on various issues regarding police use of force and some of the choices police officers may face in which there is no desirable outcome but the use of force to preserve life.

How to Get Evidence Admitted or Re-admitted by Use of Rule 703: The Advantages of a Life Expectancy Using Life Insurance Underwriting and Life Settlement Methods in the Legal Setting

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TASA ID: 2409

The investigation and use of personal attributes and personal history in assessing mortality risk is standard practice in the life insurance and life settlement industries.  Life insurers want to ensure that the premiums charged for a life insurance policy accurately reflect the mortality risk of an applicant.  Life settlement providers similarly want to ensure that the calculated life expectancy accurately reflects the mortality risk of the insured seeking to settle (sell) his/her life insurance policy.

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