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Car Crash Symposium 2020

Product ID: CA2984W
Presented By: State Bar of Wisconsin PINNACLE

Endorsed by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

A full carload

We hope you’re traveling light to the Car Crash Symposium 2020 because it’s going to be packed with a full day of essential insights! Experienced practitioners&including a doctor, mediator, judge, and several attorneys&will equip you for your next case involving a motor vehicle crash by showing you strategies for:

  • Identifying the symptoms of post-crash psychological issues
  • Dealing with difficult health care providers
  • Applying the Rules of Evidence to cases involving electronically stored information (ESI)
  • Navigating the strict procedural rules for lawsuits involving government vehicles
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Pricing

Member $259.00

Non-Member $339.00

Credits

8 CLE, 1 EPR

Date and Time

Thursday, January 16, 20208:30 AM - 4:50 PM CT

Add to Calendar 1/16/2020 8:30:00 AM 1/16/2020 4:50:00 PM America/Chicago Car Crash Symposium 2020

Endorsed by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

A full carload

We hope you’re traveling light to the Car Crash Symposium 2020 because it’s going to be packed with a full day of essential insights! Experienced practitioners&including a doctor, mediator, judge, and several attorneys&will equip you for your next case involving a motor vehicle crash by showing you strategies for:

  • Identifying the symptoms of post-crash psychological issues
  • Dealing with difficult health care providers
  • Applying the Rules of Evidence to cases involving electronically stored information (ESI)
  • Navigating the strict procedural rules for lawsuits involving government vehicles
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Endorsed by the Litigation Section of the State Bar of Wisconsin

A full carload

We hope you’re traveling light to the Car Crash Symposium 2020 because it’s going to be packed with a full day of essential insights! Experienced practitioners&including a doctor, mediator, judge, and several attorneys&will equip you for your next case involving a motor vehicle crash by showing you strategies for:

  • Identifying the symptoms of post-crash psychological issues
  • Dealing with difficult health care providers
  • Applying the Rules of Evidence to cases involving electronically stored information (ESI)
  • Navigating the strict procedural rules for lawsuits involving government vehicles
Read More ↓

Sponsored By

Program Chairs:

Laura M. Lyons
Dean Health Plan, Inc.
Madison

Jacqueline Chada Nuckels
Jacobs Injury Law S.C.
Milwaukee

Faculty:

Nicole Marklein
Cross Jenks Mercer & Maffei LLP
Baraboo

David S. Blinka
Habush Habush & Rottier, S.C.
Madison

Michael P. Crooks
von Briesen & Roper, S.C.
Madison

Adam J. Dassow
Carney Thorpe LLC
Janesville

Hon. Michael R. Fitzpatrick
Wisconsin Court of Appeals
Madison

Dr. Brad K. Grunert
Medical College of Wisconsin
Milwaukee

Ann S. Jacobs
Jacobs Injury Law, S.C.
Milwaukee

Amy M. Risseeuw
Peterson, Berk & Cross, S.C.
Appleton

Kristen S. Scheuerman
Herrling Clark Law Firm Ltd
Appleton

8:00 a.m. : Registration

8:30 a.m. : TBI, PTSD, and other Psychological Issues Related to Car Crashes

  • Typical course of recovery and nature of psychological intervention for various diagnoses following car crashes
  • Delineate the diagnostic criteria for various psychological issues 
  • The typical long-term residuals and functional limitations caused by psychological issues 
  • Understand how symptom magnification and malingering can present as psychological issues

Dr. Brad K. Grunert

9:20 a.m. : The Internet in the Courtroom – Is it Admissible?

  • How the Rules of Evidence applies to electronically stored information (ESI)
  • How to apply the Rules of Evidence to your own cases involving ESI

Hon. Michael R. Fitzpatrick

10:10 a.m. : Break

10:25 a.m. : Motions in Limine in Your Car Crash Case: A Panel Discussion

  • Considerations when filing or responding to motions in limine in a car crash case
  • Both plaintiff and defense counsel perspectives on motions filed in “typical” cases as well as motions to consider and prepare for in more complex or factually unique cases
  • Judicial insight into how the trial judge will review the motions and what factual and legal basis litigations should provide through written submissions and argument

Nicole Marklein, Jacqueline Chada Nuckels, Hon. Michael R. Fitzpatrick

11:25 a.m. : Accidents Involving Governmental Vehicles

  • The distinction between accidents involving vehicles owned by federal, state, or municipal government entities
  • Different timelines that can apply to accidents with government vehicles
  • Statutory limitations to recovery in claims with government vehicles
  • The effects of governmental immunity on accidents with government vehicles

Amy M. Risseeuw

12:15 p.m. : Lunch (on your own)

1:15 p.m. : Medicare Compliance

  • Section 111 reporting
  • Using the portal as a tool to best manage conditional payments
  • Navigating Medicare set asides and who holds responsibility for considering Medicare’s future interest
  • Comparing the rights of Part C Medicare advantage plans and traditional Medicare

Kristen S. Scheuerman

2:05 p.m. : Techniques to Optimize Costs of Written Discovery and Experts in Auto Cases

  • Overview of new scope of discovery rules and limits under Wis. Stat. 804.01(2)
  • Applying discovery rules to expert witnesses in auto cases
  • Navigating the logistics of expert fee issues at deposition

David S. Blinka, Adam J. Dassow

2:55 p.m. : Break

3:10 p.m. : Bills Gone Bad – Managing the Maze of Health Insurance Billing 

  • When can providers refuse to bill health insurance?
  • Chiropractor billing
  • Medicare and Medicaid – special rules
  • Balance billing
  • Navigating in-network benefits

Ann S. Jacobs

4:00 p.m. : Ethical Issues Faced in Mediation

  • Ethically preparing your client for mediation
  • Ethically preparing yourself for mediation
  • How to handle ethical issues arising during mediation
  • Can the courts require good faith mediation?

Michael P. Crooks

4:50 p.m. : Program Concludes

Following program start times, webcast replay schedule will vary slightly from above listed times.

  • Examine crash-related psychological issues with the help of a Wisconsin physician
  • Learn how governmental immunity affects crashes involving government vehicles
  • Ensure your clients are compliant with Section 111 mandatory Medicare reporting
  • Apply the Rules of Evidence to your next case involving ESI
  • Personal injury lawyers
  • Torts attorneys
  • Insurance defense lawyers
  • Civil litigators
  • General practitioners

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