19th Annual Spring Seminar

The Respondent’s Narrative:
The Facts That Dispel Fiction

3.0 hours of Adjuster CE Credits for the State of Texas - pending approval
3.0 hours of Adjuster CE Credits for the State of Indiana - pending approval
3.0 hours of Producer CE Credits for the State of Missouri - pending approval
3.0 hours of Attorney CLE Credits for the State of Illinois - pending approval
Thursday, May 7, 2020

*Register Below*
Guest Speakers:

Illinois Workers' Compensation Commission

Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush

All too often, petitioners are able to formulate their stories in a workers’ compensation case. This seminar addresses the powers of fact checking and investigation, as well as medical and Medicare expertise, in order to strengthen the respondent’s narrative.

Check-In & Badge Pick-Up: 12:30 pm - 1:00 pm

Seminar: 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Cocktail Reception: 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

Prologue: Introductory Remarks Ivan Nieves of BCM

Chapter 1: Investigating the Claim – Grant M. Campbell , Charles M. Maring, II and Amelia A. Schwingle of BCM

Chapter 2: Medical Assessment to Strengthen Our Tale Markeya A. Fowler and Kelly E. Kamstra of BCM

Chapter 3: A Doctor’s Perspective on Storytelling and Causation – Dr. Charles A. Bush-Joseph of Midwest Orthopaedics at Rush

3:00 pm - 3:15 pm BREAK

What's New at Brady, Connolly & Masuda, P.C.? John P. Connolly of BCM

Chapter 4: The Happy Ending of Settlement and Medicare Janna Miller Midura and Marina Takagi Cobb of BCM

Chapter 5: An Arbitrator’s Perspective – Arbitrator Frank Soto of the Illinois Workers’ Compensation Commission

4:30 pm Epilogue: Closing Remarks   Ivan Nieves of BCM

Reception – Cocktails and Hors d'oeuvres
Having trouble registering? Contact Sarah Hazel at shazel@bcm-law.com

*Please note this event is only open to BCM clients and those who were invited by BCM personnel.


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Oak Brook, IL 60523