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    Inside the Bar January 2005: Lawyers and doctors tackle tough issues at CLE Seminars Annual Worker's Compensation Symposium

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    The live 10th Annual Advanced Worker's Compensation Symposium, on Feb. 4 in Waukesha, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., features doctors and lawyers examining medical issues seen in worker's compensation cases. Tackling four topics, each presentation will focus on a class of injury and highlight effective techniques for addressing these injuries.

    Inside the Bar
    January 2005

    Lawyers and doctors tackle tough issues at CLE Seminars Annual Worker's Compensation Symposium

    The live 10th Annual Advanced Worker's Compensation Symposium, on Feb. 4 in Waukesha, from 8 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., features doctors and lawyers examining medical issues seen in worker's compensation cases. Tackling four topics, each presentation will focus on a class of injury and highlight effective techniques for addressing these injuries. You will learn how to use a doctor's medical expertise to prepare for questions on work-relatedness, causation, and how to rate permanent partial disability in Wisconsin.

    Topics include:

    • complex regional pain syndrome;
    • new surgical techniques for spinal fusion;
    • permanent disability and permanent physical restrictions; and
    • new methods for assessing hearing loss permanent partial disability.

    The video seminar also is scheduled for March 1 at statewide locations. Tuition is $169. The half-day program has been submitted for up to 4.5 CLE credits, does not qualify for EPR credits, and will submitted for Minnesota CLE credits.