Medicine in the MIST (2014)

Published by Washington State Association for Justice


Summary

MEDICINE IN THE MIST

Understanding the medicine in a minimal impact case

Chairpersons: Vonda Sargent & Brandon Casey

Recorded Wednesday, October 29 • 8:20am-4:00pm • 6.25 CLE Credits

Washington State Convention Center, Seattle

WSBA Activity ID # 386737

8:20-8:30 Welcome & Introduction

Vonda Sargent, Seminar Co-chair, Seattle

Brandon Casey, Seminar Co-chair, Spokane

8:30-9:15Are MIST Injuries Real? Clearly proving the mechanism of injury

Michael Chan, D.C., Clinical Accident Reconstruction Experts, LLC, Seattle

9:15-10:00Diagnosing Soft Tissue Injuries: Cutting through the fog and clearly SHOWING the injury

Alan Fraley, D.C., Fraley Chiropractic, Moses Lake

10:00-10:15 Break

10:15-11:00Understanding the Importance of Non-invasive/Conservative Treatment: How it shows the damages are greater than a broken bone case.

Brian Chan,

D.C., Clinical Accident Reconstruction Experts, LLC, Seattle 11:00-11:45 The MMPI: What it is and how it’s used in expert witness testimony.

David Martin White, Ph.D. ABPP, Diplomat in Rehabilitation Psychology, Seattle

11:45-1:15 Amicus Appreciation Lunch (included in tuition)

(12:15-12:45) Keynote Presentation Sofie v. Fibreboard, 25 years later: Paul Stritmatter .

(12:45-1:00) Recent Cases Highlights: Bryan Harnetiaux & George Ahrend, Amicus Co-coordinators

1:15-1:45 Presenting Medical Testimony During Arbitration: It is better than settling.

Sara Maleki, Spokane Attorney

1:45-2:15 Don’t let the Defense Frame Your Case: Their frivolous defenses do not make your client’s injuries frivolous.

Scott Blair, Seattle Attorney

2:15-3:00 Cross-examination of the Defenses Hired Gun: Using the medicine to show their deception.

Mariano Morales, Yakima Attorney

3:00-3:45 Preparing Your Doctor for Testimony: Making your doctor THE expert; How a psychiatrist treats soft tissue injuries.

Brandon Casey, Seminar Co-chair, Spokane

Vonda Sargent, Seminar Co-chair, Seattle

3:45-4:00 Q&A with the Speakers

Presenters
Vonda M. Sargent
VONDA M. SARGENT has practiced in Washington since 1994. She opened her practice The Law Offices of Vonda M. Sargent, PLLC in 2005. She earned her J.D. from the Seattle University School of Law in 1994. She clerked for Judge Gerry Alexander of the...More
Michael W. Chan, DC
Dr. Michael Chan studied pre-med at the University of Washington, but decided to follow in the footsteps of his father, Dr. Austen Chan, DC, PhD, and become a chiropractor. He graduated from Palmer Chiropractic College West in 1999 and immediately...More
Allen Fraley, DC
ALLEN FRALEY, D.C. – Dr. Fraley has a bachelors in science and doctorate in chiropractic from Palmer Chiropractic College, graduating in 1997. After a year of practicing with another doctor he decide to open his own practice, which he has been...More
Brian W. Chan, DC
Dr. Brian Chan is a second generation chiropractic physician who specializes in the treatment and management of whiplash injuries. In 2009, he became a graduate of the Spine Research Institute of San Diego's Whiplash and Brain Injury Traumatology...More
David Martin White, Ph.D.
David White completed his Ph.D. in clinical psychology at the University of Alabama. Afterwards, he completed a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in clinical neuropsychological at the University of Washington. He was a full-time faculty member at the...More
Paul L. Stritmatter
Few attorneys can engage an audience of 12 with the energy and compassion of Paul Stritmatter. He enjoys presenting to juries and winning justice for his plaintiff clients against major auto makers, state and local governments, product manufactures,...More
Bryan Harnetiaux
BRYAN P. HARNETIAUX is a Spokane lawyer. He is also a playwright. Since mid-1982, he has been a Coordinator for the Washington State Trial Lawyers Association (WSTLA) Amicus Committee, succeeded in 1999 by the WSTLA Foundation Amicus Committee, and...More
George Ahrend
George Ahrend's practice focuses on appellate litigation, handling appeals and consulting on appellate matters in state and federal courts throughout the State of Washington. He also serves as Co-Coordinator of the Washington State Association for...More
Sara Maleki
Sara Maleki is an Associate Attorney in the Spokane office of Graham Lundberg Peschel.Prior to joining GLP, Sara was an Associate Attorney at Casey Law Offices, P.S., in Spokane, WA. While at Casey Law Offices, she represented exclusively...More
Mariano Morales, Jr.
Mariano Morales, EAGLE member, is the owner of Mariano Morales Law, a personal injury firm in Yakima,Washington. Morales has specialized in personal injury work since 1990, is a member of the Million Dollar Roundtable, AAJ, a WSAJ Eagle Member for 20...More
Scott Blair
Scott Blair is the founder of Brain Injury Law of Seattle. Brain injury work is his passion. For the last 25 years, Scott has proudly helped folks with brain injuries get the specialized treatment they need to get their lives back together. Scott...More
Brandon Casey
BRANDON R. CASEY - Is a shareholder in Casey Law Offices, P.S., with his father. Casey Law Offices, P.S. focuses solely on representing injured plaintiffs. Mr. Casey is the proud father of five active boys and a wonderful wife, who will be taking...More

Originally Published

October 29, 2014


Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

  • Medicine in the MIST (2014) - Paper
  • Are MIST Injuries Real? Clearly proving the mechanism of injury - Video
  • Are MIST Injuries Real? Clearly proving the mechanism of injury - Audio
  • Diagnosing Soft Tissue Injuries: Cutting through the fog and clearly SHOWING the injury - Video
  • Diagnosing Soft Tissue Injuries: Cutting through the fog and clearly SHOWING the injury - Audio
  • Understanding the Importance of Non-invasive/Conservative Treatment: How it shows the damages are greater than a broken bone case. - Video
  • Understanding the Importance of Non-invasive/Conservative Treatment: How it shows the damages are greater than a broken bone case. - Audio
  • The MMPI: What it is and how it’s used in expert witness testimony - Video
  • The MMPI: What it is and how it’s used in expert witness testimony - Audio
  • Sofie v. Fibreboard, 25 years later - Video
  • Sofie v. Fibreboard, 25 years later - Audio
  • Presenting Medical Testimony During Arbitration: It is better than settling - Video
  • Presenting Medical Testimony During Arbitration: It is better than settling - Audio
  • Don’t let the Defense Frame Your Case: Their frivolous defenses do not make your client’s injuries frivolous - Video
  • Don’t let the Defense Frame Your Case: Their frivolous defenses do not make your client’s injuries frivolous - Audio
  • Cross-examination of the Defenses Hired Gun: Using the medicine to show their deception - Video
  • Cross-examination of the Defenses Hired Gun: Using the medicine to show their deception - Audio
  • Preparing Your Doctor for Testimony: Making your doctor THE expert; How a physiatrist treats soft tissue injuries - Video
  • Preparing Your Doctor for Testimony: Making your doctor THE expert; How a physiatrist treats soft tissue injuries - Audio

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