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How does case management fit in alongside the legal process?
Join our panel of guest speakers exploring questions such as:

What a good collaborative approach to rehabilitation and case management looks like;
The pros and cons of single and joint instruction of case managers;
Why, and how, might the approach to case management and rehabilitation change post-settlement

You will be able to submit questions during the webinar, which the panel will answer during a Q&A session at the end

May 11, 2021 12:30 PM in London

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Speakers

Andrew Williamson
Defendant Solicitor, Partner in the catastrophic injury team at BLM @BLM
Andrew is a Partner within BLM’s catastrophic injury team. He acts for several major insurers and the MIB in the defence of high value claims which tend to involve severe brain injuries, spinal cord injuries and amputations. Andrew regularly liaises with his opponent solicitors and with Case Managers about rehabilitation and funding, whilst advising his insurer clients about these issues.
Angela Kerr
Consultant at AKA Case Management, Chair of British Association of Brain and Complex Case Management, and Chair of the Institute @BABICM
Angela is one of the countries leading experts in case management, having been involved in the profession since 1992. She assisted in the development of the British Association of Brain Injury Case Managers (BABICM), joined a steering group in 1996 and remained as appointed Treasurer until 2004, until being invited to take up the Chair position in 2016. She founded AKA Case Management in 2002 and is now a Consultant in the company. She is Chair of the Institute of Registered Case Managers.
Laura Middleton-Guerard
Claimant Solicitor, Partner in the Serious Injury department at Irwin Mitchell's London office @Irwin Mitchell
Laura is a Partner in the Serious Injury department at Irwin Mitchell's London office. She heads up a team where the prime focus is on their clients' rehabilitation and to utilise the legal claim to optimise it. She joined Irwin Mitchell as a newly qualified solicitor in 2007, before being promoted to Partner in 2018. She is accredited as a Senior Litigator with APIL (Association of Personal Injury Lawyers) and also holds a Brain Injury Accreditation though APIL.