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AssessMed is proud to present the 1st Annual Brain Injury Conference in support of OBIA

September 9, 2014   by AssessMed Inc.


Join AssessMed at the 1st Annual Brain Injury Conference in support of OBIA for a day full of information and keynote speakers.

AssessMed, in conjunction with the Ontario Brain Injury Association (OBIA) will be presenting the conference: Neuropsychological Validity Testing on Friday, September 19th, 2014 at the Holiday Inn Express – Yorkdale (Dufferin and the 401), Toronto, ON.

This conference features expert witnesses, plaintiff and defense counsel and former NHL players as guest speakers, in conjunction with OBIA.

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Confirmed speakers:

Expert Witnesses

    • Dr. Donald Young – Neuropsychologist, court approved expert witness, highly experienced neuropsychologist with over 30 years clinical and assessment experience on evaluating the cognitive aspects of traumatic brain injuries.
    • Dr. David Kurzman – Neuropsychologist, foremost expert in geriatric neuropsychology with significant experience in assessing head injury claims.

Legal Counsel

    • Chet Wydrzynski – Partner Reisler Franklin LLP
    • Charles Gluckstein – Gluckstein & Associates LLP, President of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association.

Guest Speakers

    • Kerry Goulet – Professional European Hockey player, co-founder of StopConcussions
    • Ron Ellis – Hockey Hall of Fame, 16 seasons with the Toronto Maple Leafs, Member of Team Canada ’72
    • Wayne Primeau – Played in the NHL from 1995-2010, co-founder of StopConcussions.
    • Keith Primeau – Played in the NHL from 1990-2010, co-founder of StopConcussions; as a result of ongoing post concussion syndrome, he officially announced his retirement on September 14, 2006.

Target audience: Lawyers, law clerks, insurance adjusters.

All registration proceeds from the conference will go to the Ontario Brain Injury Association.

EARLY BIRD DRAW- anyone registering before Sept 12th 2014 will be placed in a draw to win a pair of tickets for a personal tour of the Hockey Hall of Fame by Ron Ellis- former Toronto Maple Leaf

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