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Webinar: Forensic accounting – claims for the self employed

Tuesday, 28th September @ 11:30 am - 12:30 pm

A person signing a document illustrating our Forensic accounting - claims for the self employed webinarRichard Forth and Liam Bottomley join us from Forths Forensic accountants for this session which will focus on claims for the self employed, looking at the different nuances of such cases, sources of information and how they approach these cases.

Can’t make the live webinar? This webinar will be recorded and available for a period of 9 months.
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Forensic accounting – claims for the self employed webinar

This webinar is aimed at the self employed but is open to anyone.

About our speakers for the Forensic accounting – claims for the self employed webinar

Richard Forth is a Fellow of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales who established Forths Forensic Accountants in 2002. He is personally involved in over 100 cases a year, 80% of which are personal injury matters. Richard undertakes work for both claimant and defendant solicitors on both unilateral and single joint basis as well as instructions from insurance companies in order to assist in the settlement of matters pre-issue.

Liam Bottomley specialises in business development for Forths Forensic Accountancy and manages new and existing relationships with law firm clients. He also undertakes webinar based training for law firms.

Feedback from webinar attendees

  • “Great webinar, excellent. Thank you!”
  • “I enjoyed it and found it very useful.”
  • “Excellent session, really interesting and helpful…thank you”
  • “I could listen to this webinar ten times! Absolutely superb!”
  • “Thank you for today’s insightful webinar”
  • “Really interesting subject matter, excellently presented (very inspiring clinician), assisted my understanding of neuropsychological testing”
  • “I found this training really interesting. The length of the session was perfect as I could easily fit this into my working day and was very informative.”
  • “This was one of the best webinar’s I’ve been to. the topic was brilliant and the slides were great. Richard presented the talk very well, good pace enough for me to make notes for my team and he explained all the key terms.”
  • “I think your webinars are excellent and a complete lifesaver while we are effectively if not officially in lockdown. It is also good that we can view the recordings if we cannot attend the live event.”

Fees for this webinar:

Member firms may book free places at this webinar and will receive unlimited access to the recording for a period of 9 months from the date of recording.

  • Free places for Brain Injury Group members
  • Charities and the NHS may access this webinar free of charge. To qualify for a free NHS or charity place, you must register using your NHS/Charity email address.
  • £29 + VAT for everyone else

Accredited by APIL Training (1 hour litigator/senior litigator).

Booking for Forensic accounting – claims for the self employed webinar

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Forensic accounting – claims for the self employed webinar recording

After the live webinar, a recorded version will be available for 9 months through our brain injury training webinars page.

This is an official Brain Injury Group event

This event is organised by the Brain Injury Group


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Brain Injury Group training event Sponsors

With thanks to Premex+ sponsors of our brain injury training programme

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Premex+ can be used in conjunction with the BIG Network, a full medico-legal package providing services on a menu operated basis with the facility to defer payment through Premex+

  • obtaining medical records from GPs, hospitals and clinics
  • sorting, paginating and analysing medical records
  • advice from neuro clinicians on appropriate medical disciplines and individual experts
  • instruct neurological experts via Premex+ with the ability to liaise with them directly
  • multi-disciplinary medico-legal reports are available individually or as a collaborative report
  • access to rehabilitation services, accommodation assessments and occupational therapy which can also benefit from the deferred funding provided by Premex+.

Find out more about Premex+ in their Brain Injury Group services listing

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Date:
Tuesday, 28th September
Time:
11:30 am - 12:30 pm
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Website:
https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/8616112178641018636