Shigley Law, LLC Welcomes David Nissenberg

Shigley Law, LLC is pleased to announce that David Nissenberg, one of the country’s foremost experts on trucking law and regulation, has become a consultant and “of counsel” to the firm.

Mr. Nissenberg is author of The Law of Commercial Trucking: Damages to Persons and Property, 3rd Edition, (LexisNexis®), a two-volume text on commercial trucking law supplemented annually.

He is also the author of Discovery/Trial Guide (for truck accident litigation) published by Truck Litigation Resource Center.

A monthly contributor to “Expert Commentaries” on Tort Law for, LexisNexis®, his published articles include Trucking in Adverse Weather Conditions; Hauling Hidden Dangers On Our Roadways; Big Rig Underride Crashes; Legal Consequences of Driving An Overweight Big Rig; Legal Issues Involving Forklift and Loading Dock Safety; Hazmat Highways: Transporting Hazardous Materials on the Roadway and the Legal Issues That Arise When Spilled Materials Cause Fatalities and Injuries.

An honor graduate of Brown University and the University of Miami School of Law, Mr. Nissenberg has had a long and varied career focused on commercial trucking, bus and maritime law. That includes over 20 years in trial practice focused on truck related litigation in which he represented trucking companies and truck drivers in numerous jury and non-jury cases involving truck and trailer accidents, truck, trailer and equipment warranties, defective repairs, defective truck engines, bearings and other truck accessories, interpretation of truck lease agreements, insurance contracts and other truck related issues.

Mr. Nissenberg works from his office in La Jolla, California.

(Admitted in California and Florida only)

Ken Shigley is past president of the State Bar of Georgia (2011-12), double board certified in Civil Trial Advocacy and Civil Pretrial Advocacy by the National Board of Legal Specialty Certification, and lead author of Georgia Law of Torts: Trial Preparation and Practice.  His Atlanta-based civil trial practice is focused on representation of plaintiffs in cases of castastrophic personal injury and wrongful death.