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2014 Predicting the Future in Personal Injury Claims: For Doctors, Lawyers and Therapists

Date: 12/05/2014

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Opening Remarks    
        
Chronic Pain and Disability: Quantifying the Unquantifiable
Dr. Hugh Anton, FRCPC, UBC Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Vancouver
Dr. Andrew Travlos, FRCPC, UBC Division of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation, Vancouver

Future Cost of Care: “What We Have Here is a Failure to Communicate”        
Michael Slater QC, Slater Vecchio LLP, Vancouver

Predicting Outcomes for Orthopaedic Injuries to Knee, Shoulder and Hip    
Dr. Jordan Leith, Fortius Sport & Health, Vancouver 
Dr. Stephen French, MD FRCS(C), Calgary AB

Question & Answer Period 

Better Cross-Examination of Expert Witnesses
Patrick Malone, Patrick Malone & Associates, Washington DC

 Question & Answer Period    

Future Losses in Personal Injury Claims: A View from the Bench
The Hon. Chief Justice Christopher E. Hinkson, Supreme Court of BC, Vancouver
The Hon. Madam Justice Nicole J. Garson, Court of Appeal of BC, Vancouver

Predicting Outcomes for Psychiatric Injuries    
Dr. Stephen Anderson, Department of Psychiatry, UBC, Vancouver 
Dr. Shaohua Lu, Department of Psychiatry, UBC, Vancouver 

Question & Answer Period 

Anticipating Defences in Personal Injury Claims: Barriers, Hurdles, Obstacles and Land Mines
Joseph E. Murphy QC, Murphy Battista LLP, Vancouver
J. Scott Stanley, Murphy Battista LLP, Vancouver          

Appeals in Personal Injury Claims and How to Avoid Them    
Geoffrey Cowper QC, Fasken Martineau, Vancouver

Question & Answer Period, Discussion Time with Registrants & Faculty, Closing Remarks


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