The Canadian Institutes 10th Annual Conference on Managing & Litigating Disability Insurance Claims
|Event Date/Time: Oct 26, 2009||End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2009|
|Early Registration Date: Sep 28, 2009|
Disability Insurance Claims Can Amount to Billions of Dollars Each Year
Even in todayâ€™s economic climate, disability claims are still being filed, litigated and settled. Claims for invisible damages, such as chronic pain, are notoriously difficult to prove and disprove. The growing popularity of social media is leading to case law about online surveillance. Also, as the economy remains unstable, the importance of the interplay between employment issues and disability claims continues to develop. Now more than ever, being unaware of how to properly pursue, defend and manage disability insurance claims can result in costly and time-consuming litigation.
At The Canadian Instituteâ€™s 10th Annual Managing and Litigating Disability Insurance Claims conference you will learn practical strategies for litigating, defending and managing disability insurance claims. Plaintiff lawyers, defence lawyers, insurance industry professionals and medical experts will share their wide-ranging knowledge on matters of importance to you, including:
Top tips for litigating chronic pain, fibromyalgia cases and psychological claims
Understanding the emerging issue of online surveillance
Best practices for soliciting and interpreting good medical evidence
Analyzing the interplay between employment issues and disability claims
Key strategies for litigating catastrophic impairment cases
And much more!
PLUS! Add value to your attendance by participating in our post-conference workshop on
"An Advanced Guide to the Direct Examination and Cross-Examination of Medical Experts".