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2019 Life After Caps : "Minor" Injuries

Date: 05/10/2019

Once you complete the payment, you will be emailed your link and passcode to access video, as well as the link for downloadable seminar materials (papers and slides)
 
Presentations Include:
 
Opening Statements
Keri Grenier, Murphy Battista LLP, Kelowna
Dr. Catherine Ho, Division of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, Department of Medicine, UBC, Vancouver
 
Guide to the New Galaxy of “Minor Injury” and “Serious Impairment”
Elisabeth Sadowski, Richards Buell Sutton LLP, Vancouver
Dr. Brenda Lau, Clinical Associate Professor Anesthesiology, Pharmacology & Therapeutics, Faculty Of Medicine, UBC Vancouver
 
Enhanced Part 7 Benefits? Overview of the New Injury and Death Benefits
Brian Collins, MVA Practice Manager, Klein Lawyers, Vancouver 
 
Q&A
 
Who’s On First? Subrogated Claims and Deductions
David Wallin, Whitelaw Twining, Vancouver
 
Caps 101: Registered Care Advisors, GP Obligations, Diagnostic and Treatment Protocols
David Brooks, Ramsay Lampman Rhodes, Nanaimo
Tracy Witty, Turning Point Rehab, West Vancouver
Dr. Trent Faraday, Musculoskeletal Injury Management, Musculoskeletal Injury Management, Vancouver
 
Q&A
 
CRT – Overview, Rules and Procedure
Rose Keith, Harper Grey LLP, Vancouver
 
CRT - Jurisdiction & Judicial Review of Tribunal Decisions
William Veenstra QC, Jenkins, Marzban, Logan LLP, Vancouver
Matthew R. Voell, Barrister & Solicitor, Vancouver
 
Q&A
 
Psychological Claims in the Post Cap Era
Dr. Laura Klubben, Chuck Jung & Associates, Vancouver
Dr. Spencer Wade, Chuck Jung Associates, Vancouver
 
Concussion and MTBI in the Post Cap Era
Dr. Andrew Howard, Department of Psychiatry, UBC, Vancouver
 
Q&A
 
Time Limits Under the New Regime
Heather Bains, John Mickelson Law Corporation, Vancouver
 
Where, When & How to Launch a Claim
Matthew Van Nostrand, Murphy Battista LLP, Vancouver
 
Getting Out of the CRT
Saro Turner, Slater Vecchio LLP, Vancouver
 
Q&A
 
Use of Expert Evidence at Trial Under the New Rules of Court
Adam Ueland, Simpson Thomas & Associates, Vancouver
 
Q&A & Closing Remarks

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