Defending the Traumatic Brain Injury ("TBI") Case – The Objective vs. The Subjective
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Hinshaw is pleased to partner with the American Educational Institute and Society of Claim Law Associates for a presentation on Defending the Traumatic Brain Injury ("TBI") Case - The Objective vs. The Subjective. Hinshaw Partners, David Alfini and Patrick Devine, will discuss the "typical" TBI claim and help you to distinguish between objective evidence and subjective complaints to help you best defend TBI cases.
Topics that will be covered:
- An understanding of what a TBI is
- An understanding of what makes the TBI case / claim
- Strategies for developing the evidence in a TBI case
- Evaluating the TBI case for resolution
- Preparing to resolve the case
Who Should Attend
Claims professionals or those interested in effective claims law education to the insurance industry.
Presented by Hinshaw Attorneys
Continuing Education Credit
Claims Adjuster CE credit will be offered for this program for Georgia, Florida, Louisiana and Texas. Be sure to include your state and license number on the registration form to obtain CE credit.
To receive credit, you must attend the entire webinar and respond to all audience polling questions. The CEU Institute will reach out via email within a few days after the webinar to verify licensing information. Please check your "junk/spam" folder as sometimes the email will be sent there. Any questions regarding your credit should be directed to the CEU Institute at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Note: If attendees are licensed in other states, that state must be approved in order for CEU to post credit to that state. CE credits are not like licenses, which can be reciprocal with other states.
Attorneys may earn CLE credit for attending this program. All applications are currently pending. Please be aware that CLE credit hours are not guaranteed and may vary from state to state. More CLE information will be forthcoming once it is available.
Should you have any questions regarding CLE, please contact John Wynne, Hinshaw's Attorney Development and CLE Coordinator.
Please contact Cheryl Winkowski.