Understanding The Trauma

CONA Forest City Regional Chapter’s 30th Annual Break-Down On Bones Conference

On October 20, 2016, Lerners LLP were among the many participants who attended the 30th Annual CONA “Break-Down On Bones Conference” hosted by The Canadian Orthopaedic Nurses Association (CONA) Forest City Regional Chapter.

The all-day event featured involvement from Orthopaedic professionals who care for patients from pediatrics to geriatrics across multiple care settings and the community. Our own, Nigel Gilby was one of ten presenting speakers that day. Nigel presented, “How to keep your practice in the frying pan and out of the fire.”

As Personal Injury Lawyers, we join health care providers, trauma centers, and other medical practitioners dedicated to assisting individuals who sustain traumatic orthopaedic injuries each year.

Break-Down On Bones Conference - Lerners LLP

Pictured from left to right: Sarah Culbert (Lerners Personal Injury) and Nigel Gilby ( Lerners Personal Injury Practice Group Leader) at the 30th Annual Break-Down On Bones Conference .

 

“At Lerners LLP, our personal injury lawyers understand that orthopaedic trauma can create indefinite problems for injury victims. In order to maximize rehabilitation and compensation, we work extremely hard to make sure our clients have timely and appropriate access to diagnosis and treatment, as well as funds necessary to support any specialized procedures.” – Nigel Gilby, Lerners Personal Injury Practice Group Leader.

 

 

This year’s conference also heard presentations focused on hand and wrist injuries, prosthesis joint infections, distracted driving, multiple trauma, healthy life balance and much more.

Lerners was proud to take part in helping support this year’s “Break-Down On Bones” conference and we are delighted to do our part in the dedicated promotion and advancement of excellence in orthopaedics

Lerners will continue to help support CONA.

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