Whiplash amendments & the RTA portal – The next chapter in PI

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29 September 2014


Keeping on top of changes is vital

These brand new webinars will bring you up to speed on all the changes to the treatment of soft tissue claims generally, both within and outside the portal.

Significant developments in this area mean changes to the RTA Protocol and keeping on top of the changes is vital for all PI practitioners.

The two webinars will incorporate all the changes effective from 1 October 2014 and are presented by expert speaker Nicky Carter, a claimant PI lawyer with over 20 years’ experience.

Whiplash amendments & the RTA portal will be streamed from 10 October and Whiplash – The next chapter in PI will be streamed from 16 October. Once booked the webinars remain available for you to view for 90 days – they can also be booked on DVD by request.

For more details or to make a booking please email lucy@mblseminars.com quoting “LF14”.

 

 



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