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2011 The Anatomy of a Brain Injury Case

Date: 05/13/2011

Shaping the Case: Litigating the Mild-Traumatic Brain Injury Case with a Focus on the Frontal Lobe
Michael J. Slater QC, Slater Vecchio LLP, Vancouver BC

A Neuropsychiatric Perspective of the Frontal Lobe Physiology
Dr. Joseph C.W. Tham, Neuropsychiatrist, University of British Columbia Hospital, Vancouver BC

Real Life vs. Lab Testing: The Problems with Neuropsychological Testing and Frontal Lobe Injuries
Dr. Nicholas Bogod, Neuropsychologist, Vancouver General Hospital, Vancouver BC

Best Practices: Management of the Traumatic Brain Injury Patient in Family Practice
Dr. Bradley A. Fritz, Family Physician, Vancouver BC

Dissecting the Case to Prove Loss of Earning Capacity with mTBI: Two Perspectives, Discussion and Questions
Albert M. Roos, Sugden, McFee & Roos LLP, Vancouver BC
Richard B. Lindsay QC, Lindsay Kenney LLP, Vancouver BC

Case Management of the Frontal Lobe Patient: Working with the GP, Lawyer and Rehab Team
Ricardo Nuno, Consultant Occupational Therapist, Director of JR Rehab Services, Vancouver BC

Addictions: The Interplay Between Frontal Lobe Behaviors and Addiction Issues
Dr. Shao-Hua Lu, The Diamond Health Care Centre, Vancouver BC

Cost of Care at Trial: Proving Care Damages in Catastrophic Cases; Two Perspectives, Discussion and Questions
Linda A. Wong, Pacific Medical Law, Vancouver BC
Avon M. Mersey, Fasken Martineau DuMoulin LLP, Vancouver BC

Cost of Care Dollars: 8 Tips on How to Finish Strong and Increase the Cost of Care Award
Daniel F. Corrin, Webster and Associates, Richmond BC

Advancing BC Practices: Comparisons and Ideas from the United Kingdom
Neil Sugarman, Graham Leigh, Pfeffer & Co., Bury England

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