GREAT EXSPECTATIONS: Are emerging diagnostics changing brain injury claims?

Great Exspectations - SiskindsLLP

 

Join us on November 17 to explore how emerging diagnostic tools like the SPECT scan are changing brain injury claims and legal outcomes, with guest speakers Anna Szczurko and Chris Collins from Siskinds.

Type: Live Virtual Discussion   via Zoom

Date: November 17, 2022

Time:  1 PM to 2:20 PM

Non-Members: $50
Members: $25

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Anna Szczurko and Chris Collins from Siskinds join us on November 17 to explore how emerging diagnostic tools like the SPECT scan are changing brain injury claims and legal outcomes.

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