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03/11/2014

Catastrophic Injury Breakfast Seminar

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Bristol
Catastrophic_Injury_Breakfast_Seminar_2014.pdf
Quantum Issues in Amputation Claims: The Long Term Consequences of Prosthetic and Non-Prosthetic Use
Hotel Du Vin, The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol, BS1 2NU

Catastrophic Injury Breakfast Seminar

Quantum Issues in Amputation Claims: The Long Term Consequences of Prosthetic and Non-Prosthetic Use

Thursday 13th November 2014

8.15am Coffee & Registration

8.30am Seminar

VENUE: Hotel Du Vin, The Sugar House, Narrow Lewins Mead, Bristol, BS1 2NU

SRA and BSB accredited with 1 CPD hour

Old Square Catastrophic Injury Specialists Christopher Walker and Charlie Woodhouse discuss the long term consequences of prosthetic use for amputees and the impact of amputees’ variable long term disability on claims for damages, particularly housing and care.

Serious injury specialists with a regular or occasional interest in amputation claims are invited to join us at the Hotel du Vin for this informal discussion addressing the medical background to these crucial (and valuable) elements of amputation claims.

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