Roadway Safety and Tort Liability, the second edition of Roadway Defects and Tort Liability, provides you with an extensive review of roadway design, traffic safety and legal cases. You will review the numerous attempts made to reduce the number of traffic accidents on our roadways and you will understand that although cars are safer for the occupants, driver education has improved and roadway design has advanced, there are still faulty practices and applications that ....
Review The Legal Investigator - August 1, 1996
Somewhat of a companion to Forensic Aspects of Driver Perception and Response, this is also a first-rate book with everything you ever wanted to know about roadway defects: roadway maintenance, traffic control devices, work zone safety, rail/highway crossings, and any other areas having to do with the road and its effect on traffic accidents. ...The graphs are excellent, and the text is easy to understand. This is an excellent addition to the library of the serious motor vehicle colllision investigator/expert. Lawyers & Judges Publishing has produced another fine product for your investigative library.
Review Better Roads Magazine - December 1, 1996
Do you want to know how to protect your agency from roadway defects lawsuits? If so, read Roadway Defects and Tort Liability. He pays special attention to interpretation of the Manual of Uniform Traffic Control Devices and the usual court interpretation of what it says. He also discusses contradictions found in the MUTCD- an essential area to study before going to court.
Review Trial Magazine - February 1, 1997
Will provide a toolbox not only for lawyers responsible for representing consumers injured on the road but also for roadway agencies.
Review N.A.T.A.R.I. Newsletter, Vol. 15, No. 2. - May 13, 2003
One that sheriffs, police chiefs and traffic captains should have in their agency's training library . . . Though originally written primarily for plaintiff and defense lawyers, expert witnesses in the litigation of roadway defects cases, and roadway agency personnel, the book should benefit both accident investigators and reconstructionists.
Review By: James R. Loumiet, Loumiet & Associates, Independence, MO - June 5, 1996
No other publication even comes close to addressing the technical and legal issues of these cases with the dreadth and depth that Glennon does. The material is logically organized, concise, and easy to read.