Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence London Seminar Series 2017

Wed, 14 Dec 2016

The Personal Injury and Clinical Negligence group will be hosting a series of breakfast seminars in 2017 at our London office. Each seminar will carry one learning hour, to find out more and to book for the seminars please follow the links below. Topics of this seminar series includes:

Love and other akward losses - Tuesday 7th February 2017 - presented by Karl Hirst

Hot Topics in Catastrophic Injury cases - Thursday 9th March 2017 - presented by Henry Pitchers and Jamie Gamble

Venue - No5 Chambers, London
Costs - Free of Charge

Further topics to be scheduled into the 2017 calendar include:

  • Litigating Prosthetic Claims - presented by Chris Bright QC
  • QOCs How has it changed the way to run a fast track claim? - presented by Tom Seamer and Francesca Martin
  • Brain Injury – Neuroanatomy for Lawyers and Case Update - presented by Dr Simon Fox QC
  • The perennial sad tale of the horse’s tail (cauda equina syndrome) - presented by Dr Jonathan Punt
  • CTG traces - how they can help us in obstetric cases - presented by Mamta Gupta
  • Fraud and Fundamental Dishonesty in Personal Injury Claims - presented by Caroline Jennings
  • Stop the Clock! Limitation in Industrial Disease Claims - presented by Jack Feeny

Please email [email protected] to register your interest for any of the above seminars.

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