We hope to see you at our next chapter meeting and luncheon, Thursday, November 20.

Biomechanical Analysis of Injury
"From Accident to Injury: What Really Happened and When?"
Presented by Dr. Andrew Rentschler of ARCCA

Work-related or Sunday softball? Crash-related or degenerative disc disease?  Learn how a Biomechanical Engineering Analysis can help answer these questions.  A review of the basics followed by case studies involving slip and falls, low speed impacts as well as workplace injury claims. The seminar educates in the examination of alleged injuries and how and when to involve the Biomechanical engineer. Daubert Challenge issues will also be reviewed.

Thursday, November 20
11:30 to 1:00PM
Dubsdread Country Club

549 West Par St, Orlando


Save the Date!

Central Florida RIMS Annual Meeting and Holiday Luncheon
Thursday, December 11th at 11:30AM
Capital Grille
9101 International Drive, Orlando


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