The safety of your fleet should not be compromised by the differences in goals between your safety and litigation teams. Instead, there should be a working balance and blend of the two. Listen to lawyers Douglas Marcello and Andrew Stephenson give their expert opinion on how to manage the concerns of the safety team versus the legal team when implementing the Lytx DriveCam® program.
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