Throwing the book at subtle brain injury
Thursday 14th September 2017
5:30pm - 7:00pm
Arundel House, Arundel St, London WC2R 3DX
We would like to invite you to our free seminar which will take place on Thursday 14th September from 5:30pm at Arundel House.
Due to its popularity, we are running an extended version of the talk by Pankaj Madan and Dr Sarah Mackenzie-Ross from our Annual Personal Injury Conference in May.
Pankaj Madan and Dr Sarah Mackenzie-Ross, Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist, explore the myths, the truths and the meaning of symptom validity in this complex area of subtle brain injury.
Arrival from 5:00pm, with the talk starting at 5:30pm and a drinks and canapes reception afterwards until 9:00pm.
This is a free event and booking is required – places will be allocated on a first come, first serve basis.
Pankaj is a recognised leading name with specialist expertise in Brain Injury, Severe limb injury and high value CRPS claims. He attracts a loyal and ever increasing following from both Claimants and Defendant insurers. He acts usually only in high value life-changing and catastrophic injury cases often involving pedestrians or motorcyclists. He is adept at liability issues.
He is from a medical family and has an excellent understanding of medical issues. Renowned for his meticulous eye for detail and sensitive, sympathetic client approach, he is also described as having “wide-ranging expertise’ including ‘brain injuries, chronic pain and psychiatric injuries” in The Legal 500 2015. In 2014 he was described as “Respected by Leading firms, both Claimant and Defendant. In fact, he has been recommended every year by the Legal 500 since 2008. Read more…
Dr Sarah Mackenzie Ross is a Consultant Clinical Neuropsychologist and Chartered Clinical Psychologist. She is a clinician, medical expert witness, researcher, lecturer and supervisor of both students and qualified psychologists undertaking clinical and research work.
Sarah runs her own private practice providing adult mental health and neuropsychological reports for both general healthcare and medico-legal purposes. Sarah’s career history has included several clinical and research appointments within the NHS working as both a Clinical Neuropsychologist and a Clinical Psychologist in Adult Mental Health. Read more…