On November 10th, 2016, Thomson Rogers’ Stacey Stevens presented a concurrent session at the Toronto ABI Network Conference held at the Toronto Marriott Downtown Eaton Centre Hotel.
Below you will find a link to the paper that was presented. The paper is essential reading for any health care professional working with catastrophically (CAT) injured accident victims who is interested in understanding the GOS-E. Personal injury lawyer Stacey L. Stevens provides a series of best practices to be followed in light of the recent changes to the catastrophic impairment definition ranging from the initial client interview to documenting your file and identifies the inherent flaw in the GOS-E and how, with your help, they can be overcome.
Read more . . . Getting to CAT: A Roadmap for Health Care Professionals