Date: Thursday 15 April 2021
Time: 11am – 1230pm
The launch of our new Glasgow clinic sees us team up with the Case Management Society UK to pull together legal and rehab experts to share knowledge and experience on the advantages of working collaboratively to get positive results, locally in Scotland for people who have been seriously injured and subsequently become amputees.
This interactive, networking Zoom webinar will discuss the advantages of local, private treatment and tips and techniques to ensure cases run smoothly.
Insights will be supported with real life case studies and scenarios for case managers and personal injury lawyers to consider in 2021.
We are proud to be delivering this insightful free webinar with the support of the Case Management Society UK for members and legal professionals.
If you have clients in Scotland who have been seriously injured – this is a brilliant opportunity to get fresh insights on:
- Private clinics v NHS: the difference for amputees in a post-Covid climate ✅
- The increasing importance of local provision for amputees ✅
- The importance of a multi-disciplinary approach to treatment ✅
- How to work with insurers to process a claim smoothly and swiftly ✅
- The legal issues to consider when dealing with amputee cases ✅
- The game-changing tech available for amputees in 2021 and cost v benefits considerations ✅
- Real life case studies of patients ✅
- The ‘golden rules’ of getting a positive outcome for your amputee client ✅
Expert panel includes:
Helen Scott is one of Scotland’s senior physiotherapists with clinical responsibility for amputee rehabilitation. Helen graduated from Robert Gordon’s School of Physiotherapy, Aberdeen in 1981 and has worked in London and Glasgow for the past 30 years specialising in amputees.
David Morrison is a leading prosthetist in Scotland. David has worked at a number of NHS services in the UK, including Wolverhampton, Preston, Leeds and Glasgow. David leads our new clinic in Glasgow.
Jodi Gordon is a partner at Motorcycle Law Scotland and is an expert in helping clients who have been seriously injured, including amputees, secure financial compensation and rehabilitation plans to help them get their lives back on track.
Steve Love QC is a co-director of Compass Chambers in Edinburgh. he has considerable experience in dealing with claims arising out of road traffic accidents and is highly experienced in conducting catastrophic injury and high value claims.