Government Liability For Dangerous Roads

Recorded on March 2, 2022
Presented by:  Ray Kahler, Keith Kessler,
1 Law & Legal Credit

In this webinar, Keith and Ray discuss the duty of governmental entities to provide the public with reasonably safe roads. They present case examples of dangerous roadway conditions, as well as the resolution of those cases, including solutions available to the State, cities, and counties for eliminating a variety of hazards on our streets and highways.

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Activity ID: 1202572
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Presented by:  Ray Kahler, Keith Kessler,
Ray Kahler
Ray Kahler, Senior Managing Partner
Keith Kessler
Keith Kessler, Senior Partner

Keith Kessler focuses his practice largely on holding governmental entities accountable for dangerous roads, with an end goal of eliminating hazardous conditions that jeopardize the safety of the traveling public.

Keith is a Fellow with the American College of Trial Lawyers and has served as President of the WSAJ, President of the invitation-only Damage Attorneys Round Table, and President of the American Board of Trial Advocates, Washington Chapter.

Keith serves on the Washington Supreme Court’s Pattern Jury Instructions Committee.

For 20 years, Ray Kahler has focused his practice on a variety of personal injury and insurance claims and handles appellate review. In 2018, he served as a Superior Court judge in Grays Harbor County. Mr. Kahler graduated magna cum laude from Harvard Law School, where he was an Articles Editor of the Harvard Law Review.