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Conference looks at the future of catastrophic impairment

As seen on AdvocateDaily.com

Toronto critical injury lawyers John McLeishPatrick Brown and Dale Orlando are scheduled to participate in a one-day conference for health care providers today.

McLeish, Brown and Orlando, partners with McLeish Orlando LLP, are speaking on a variety of topics at Practical Strategies: Catastrophic Impairment: A Look into the Future, presented by the Personal Injury Alliance.

The conference is designed to provide information on the unique advocacy required for proving a spinal cord injury case and the latest developments for spinal cord injury rehabilitation, provide a forum for discussion of models of care and treatment strategies, and enhance the funding available to Toronto Western Hospital and St. Michael’s Hospital.

Brown is scheduled to speak on the topic Everything You Need To Know About Catastrophic Impairment and New Definitions, while McLeish is slated to take part in a panel discussion on future care reports.

Orlando is set to participate in a panel on the subject of situational assessments.

The conference runs from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at The Carlu in Toronto.

 

McLeish Orlando Proud to Be A Member of the Personal Injury Alliance



McLeish Orlando has joined two other leading personal injury law firms to form the Personal Injury Alliance.  The Personal Injury Alliance brings together three of Canada’s top ranked and most respected personal injury law firms.  The alliance is centered around one common goal: to provide choice and unparalleled legal representation to catastrophically injured accident victims and their families.

The firms of the Personal Injury Alliance are all recognized as leaders in their field:

  • Each firm has been designated as one of the top 5 personal injury law firms in Canada by Canadian Lawyer Magazine in 2011.
  • Each firm has a number of personal injury lawyers recognized as leaders in professional peer-review publications such as LEXPERT® and Best Lawyers.
  • Each firm has a number of personal injury lawyers recognized by the Law Society of Upper Canada as Specialists in Civil Litigation.
  • Each firm has a partner who has been a past president of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

For more information about the Personal Injury Alliance, please click on the logo that accompanies this article.