Topics included medical rehabilitation, home and vehicle adaptations for amputees, expert evidence in Amputation claims, prosthetic developments, psychological impact of amputations, calculations for amputation claims and disability following limb injuries.
On 6 June Clarke Willmott and event co-sponsor 12 Kings Bench Walk held their annual Amputation Training Day. The event was oversubscribed and ticket sales of £1,700 were donated to Reach Charity, the association for children with upper limb deficiency.
Stephen Trump of Clarke Willmott and Lexie Johnson of 12 Kings Bench Walk present Jo Dixon of Reach Charity with a cheque for £1,700
The event was attended by Solicitors, Barristers, insurers, architects, rehabilitation companies, cognitive behaviour therapy providers, case managers, rehabilitation and prosthetic providers, limb user groups, Limbless Association, orthopaedic surgeons and a consultant plastic surgeon.
Speakers at the event included:-
- Jo Dixon of Reach Charity
- James Groux, Architect
- Dr Van Ross of Pace
- David Vooght of GM Coachwork
- Frank Burton QC
- Alasdair Gilbertson of Ottobock
- Dr Angela Caney, Clinical Psychologist
- Freya Newbery, Barrister
- Mr Umraz Khan, Consultant Plastic Surgeon
A summary video of the event will be posted shortly.
This is the link to our event last year
We are very grateful to all the contributors who helped make the day such a success.