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Held September 12, 2018, at the Kruse Oaks Conference Center, Lake Oswego.
Our annual seminar will include a full-day of timely presentations by our attorneys and guests.
The Kruse Oaks Conference Center is located at 5300 Meadows Road, Lake Oswego, 97035, approximately 3 signals east of the 1-5/Hwy 2177 interchange.
Please register on our website to secure your spot! Registration is still just $59 per person, which includes a full-day of education – 6 CE credits, industry experts, lunch, hosted social hour and program materials.
7:00 to 8:00 AM Registration and Continental Breakfast
8:00 to 4:00 PM Education Seminars
|Washington Mock Hearing|
|We channel “The Office” into this short demonstration; an encore from this year’s WSIA Annual Conference.|
|An Exploration into the Fascinating World of Independent Medical Examinations and the Alternatives|
|Clients tell us they schedule too many IMEs – what are some of the less frequently used alternatives to solve impediments|
|NEW! Surveillance: How Might it Help Move a Claim Forward Rather than a Simple IME?|
Surveillance can be an effective alternative to supplemental IMEs to resolve medical disputes.
|Who Knew Biomechanics Could be so Cool and Applicable to Workers’ Compensation|
|Some successful examples of FCEs leading to claim resolution; Dr. Theodore Becker co-presents|
|Significant Decisions of the Board of Industrial Insurance Appeals; Significant Decisions of the Washington Court of Appeals and Supreme Court|
|How could these cases affect your future claim processing? We’ll be playing “Wheel of Case Law” for prizes and glory!|
4:00 PM Hosted Social
We are dedicated to providing top-quality training and education for the Oregon workers’ compensation community, keeping you up-to-date on issues and providing continuing education credits. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact Scott Wolff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
CANCELLATIONS: We will gladly refund registrations up to two weeks before the event for requests in writing. No refunds will be given 14 days or less before the seminar.