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Online CPD – Medical Negligence and Personal Injury Trusts
Date: 27th April 2021
We’ve relaunched our CPD seminar series for solicitors, where we share insight into a different specialist practice area each quarter. In the first informative session on 27 April 2021, our specialists discussed the main issues to be aware of in Medical Negligence and Personal Injury Trusts including:
What the fundamentals for Medical Negligence are
How the fundamentals have been applied/developed in recent cases
How to deal with compensation awards
What to consider when setting up a Personal Injury Trust
Exploring the benefits and PITfalls
Meet our speakers:
Robbie Wilson, Head of Medical Negligence
Robbie leads our medical negligence team. He has been accredited as a specialist in medical negligence law by the Law Society of Scotland since 2016.
He aims to make a difference to the lives of those who have been involved in medical negligence accidents of all types, from birth injuries, misdiagnosis of illnesses and failure to treat.
Having specialised in this complex area for over a decade, he has assisted many individuals and families to deal with the aftermath of a catastrophic outcome.
Sarah Lonie, Senior Associate, Private Client
Sarah advises on all areas of Private Client law, including succession planning for individuals and families, drawing up wills, adults with incapacity issues and Trust law.
She is a member of our specialist Vulnerable Beneficiary Trust team, providing advice in particular on Personal Injury Trusts. Sarah has built up a great deal of knowledge, experience and expertise in dealing with a variety of high value and complex cases.
She helps clients navigate the legalities and practicalities of running a Personal Injury Trust, while providing sensitive and personable advice.
Here’s our 2021 CPD webinar schedule:
Medical negligence and Personal Injury Trusts – 27 April, 12-1pm
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