Bent to co-chair personal injury elder law session at 2019 OBA Institute
London personal injury lawyer Maia Bent will co-chair a program on personal injury and elder law at the upcoming Ontario Bar Association (OBA) Institute in Toronto.
On Feb. 6 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m., the session, chaired by Bent, partner with Lerners LLP and Kimberly Whaley of WEL Partners Professional Corporation, will explore the evolving and expanding legal issues surrounding elders and personal injury and claims involving nursing homes.
Speakers will discuss the role of the coroner in an elder fatality case and in investigating death in a long-term care home, lessons learned from the Wettlaufer Inquiry, and litigation trends in elder homecare negligence cases. Attendees will have the opportunity to ask questions during a panel discussion.
“Personal injury and elder law: practice, policy and procedure” will take place at the OBA Conference Centre, located at 20 Toronto St., 2nd floor, in Toronto. The session is eligible for up to two hours of substantive CPD content.
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