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Close Up Radio Spotlights Transportation Expert Ned Einstein

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Warwick, NY – Every lawsuit has three components: The evidence (the case itself), the law, and the subject matter. Most people – including all lawyers – think that the most important element is the law. Most experts realize that what is far more important is a knowledge – hopefully a mastery – of the subject matter. This insight led Close-Up News Radio to launch a series about expert witnesses – aimed largely at an audience of attorneys. Among those experts we sought was Ned Einstein, with 47 years of experience in the public transportation field, 34 years spent mostly as an expert witness, with 700 cases and more than 300 magazine articles (among other publications) “under his belt.”

Mr. Einstein is unusual not only as an expert, but unusual for anyone in his field. He had the good fortune of spending time directing or participating in projects, at the highest levels, in every single ground transportation mode: Transit, paratransit, schoolbus, special education, motorcoach, non-emergency medical transportation, taxis, TNC’s, shuttles and passenger rail services. He also spent a full decade directing the operations of his own 70-vehicle door-to-door paratransit system. Even more uniquely, he directed the design and marketing efforts associated with a European-manufactured schoolbus and motorcoach. He has the unique ability to see every mode from every angle. He also has a mastery of the industry standards of care in every sector, and a mastery of key regulations at the Federal level, and a working knowledge of many at the State level.

Mr. Einstein hopes that his presentation will be highly-informative, and that every attorney, good, bad or excellent, will learn a lot.

For more information, visit https://transalt.com/