ONLINE The Future of CTP: achieving best client outcomes breakfast seminar

COST

Including GST (1.5% surcharge applies for credit card payments)

Member: $70.00 AUD
Non Member: $120.00 AUD

DETAILS

Friday 1 October 2021
Zoom
7:15-9:00am

Contact us


02 9258 7700

Events@lawyersalliance.com.au

Emmerson Toshack, Event Coordinator

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Registration

Registrations Open: 31st Aug 21 10:00 AM

Registrations Close: 30th Sep 21 9:00 AM

Places Available: 45






ONLINE The Future of CTP: achieving best client outcomes breakfast seminar

Overview

Don’t miss the ALA’s annual QLD CTP (Compulsory Third Party) seminar presented by David Vincent, General Manager at Motor Accident Insurance Commission, Erin Pavy, Director at Integrate Rehab, and Robert Boal, Barrister at North Quay Chambers.

Hear from expert speakers as they share insights on achieving best outcomes through effective collaboration between key players such as occupational therapists and lawyers when claiming compensation for your clients.

The seminar will focus on:

  • Collaborative strategies for best client outcomes
  • Initiation of early case management
  • Development of internal and external review options
  • Setting up treatment, care and support damages
  • Preservation notices.

This breakfast seminar will be offered in-person and online. The in-person event will include a hot plated breakfast and will follow all COVID-19 safety requirements.

Agenda

Friday 1 October 2021

7:15am

Seminar commences

9:00am

Seminar Concludes

Venue

ZOOM

Cost

Member

$70.00 AUD

Non-Member

$120.00 AUD

INCLUSIONS

  • Electronic Version of Seminar Powerpoint post-event

  • Up to 1.5 CPD points

Speakers

David Vincent, General Manager, Motor Accident Insurance Commission

CTP Digitisation Project update

Erin Pavy, Director, Integrate Rehab

Robert Boal, Barrister, North Quay Chambers

NIISQ: achieving best outcomes for clients and their families

Event Sponsors

Contact us


02 9258 7700

Events@lawyersalliance.com.au

Emmerson Toshack, Event Coordinator