Navigating the New Medical-Legal Landscape: Practicing a Client/Patient Centered Approach is the theme of the Trial Lawyers Association of BC (TLABC)’s seminar held Friday, December 6th, in Vancouver. MEA Forensic’s biomechanical engineers Shannon and Dennis will be on the exhibition floor, eager to answer the attendees’ questions about what our experts in injury biomechanics can bring to personal injury cases.
This last TLABC LSBC Continuing Professional Development seminar of 2019 is chaired by Krista Simon of Hammerberg Lawyers LLP, and Etienne Orr-Ewing of Collins Peterson LLP. Held at the Fairmont Waterfront Hotel in Vancouver, the program explores the intersection of Medicine and Law through various topics, with talks given by both health and legal professionals. The seminar will end with TLABC’s annual general meeting, and be followed by the festive TLABC Annual Holiday Bash. The full program is available here.
To know more about the work of our injury biomechanics experts, and to find examples of cases they have been hired on, see this page.
The Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia (TLABC) is a non-profit society with a membership of over 1500 legal professionals, and a mission to support and promote the rights of individuals in British Columbia. Their membership includes practicing, non-practicing and retired lawyers as well as law students, paralegals, and legal assistants. “We represent individuals rather than corporations or governments and are united with the goals of protecting rights, ensuring access to the courts, preserving the jury system and maintaining the highest of standards in legal education.”