Webcast - COVID-19 and Independent Medical Examinations


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Webcast - COVID-19 and Independent Medical Examinations


The COVID-19 pandemic should not be a reason to delay plans for your clients’ independent medical examinations. In this Webinar, Gerard Mullins, Vanessa Herrmann (Red Health) and Michael Lee (Vincents) will offer some practical guidance about how to progress these examinations in the context of current movement restrictions. The presenters will also discuss the effect that the current economic conditions may have on your clients’ claims for economic loss.

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Recorded 30 April 2020


Vanessa Herrmann
Red Heath

Approaching 20 years of combined legal and medical industry experience, Vanessa specialises in understanding the needs of solicitors, experts and insurers with respect to facilitating accurate and reliable independent medical services. Since entering the medico-legal sector 7 years ago, she has sought to enhance the industry through education, technology and innovation. Current changes in the business environment enabled Vanessa and her team at Red Health to empower their clients further through pre-existing service offerings such as video-link assessments to help clients maintain business continuity.”

Michael J Lee
Vincent's Forensic Insurance division

Michael has over 22 years’ experience as a forensic accountant.
His primary area of expertise is the calculation of economic loss resulting from personal injury and death.
He is the author of numerous papers on the assessment of damages.


Gerard Mullins
Darrow Chambers

Gerard Mullins is a barrister from Queensland. He was admitted to practice in 1988 and has practised at the private bar since that time.

He has a Bachelor of Laws from the Queensland University of Technology (QUT) and a Master of Laws from the University of Queensland. He lectured and tutored in tort law in the Bachelor of Law course at QUT between 1991 and 1998 and also lectured in the Masters program at QUT.

He has served as a part-time member of the Queensland Anti-Discrimination Tribunal and was Chair of the Australian Consumer Law Committee of the Law Council of Australia between 2009 and 2011.

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