KERRY UNDERWOOD COMES TO TOWN: PERSONAL INJURY REFORMS COURSE: ZENITH SPONSORING LECTURE ON THE 11th MAY 2017

The Personal Injury Group are pleased to be sponsoring Kerry Underwood’s talk in Leeds on Thursday the 11th May 2017.

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This course looks in detail at the personal injury reforms following the Government’s announcement on 23 February 2017.

The talk is in central Leeds, near the railway station, at BPP, Leeds, Whitehall Quay, Leeds.

To book on the course: follow the link from here.

Topics covered include:

  • Small claims limit and running small claims profitably
  • Small claims track procedure
  • Restriction of general damages in soft tissue claims
  • The tariff system
  • Extension of fixed costs to all personal injury work
  • Increase in value of claims covered by fixed costs
  • Update on funding and costs.

The course material includes model funding agreements.

The price is £200 + VAT including lunch and detailed course material, with a 10% discount for subsequent delegates. The course runs from 10.00am to 4.30pm and carries 5.5 CPD hours

Previous Delegate Feedback

“Most of the big decisions in my firm follow a Kerry Underwood course.”

“Utterly brilliant!”

“You give us the courage to keep going.”

“Superb, inspirational course.”

“What an original presentation. Loved your energy, passion and dynamism. Most unconventional but refreshing and original.”

“Amazing course”

“Extremely informative, the best and most useful course from a business point of view I have ever attended.”

“Loved the course – so did my staff.”

“Truly amazing content and presentation”

“Absolutely brilliant. A must for all PI litigators.”

“Great day with Kerry who spoke brilliantly. A wealth of knowledge and a great teacher. Many thanks!”

“Brilliant – thanks Kerry. Really informative day and brilliantly delivered”

“Thanks very much for all that you do.”

“I find Kerry a most charismatic lecturer with an exceptional knowledge of the subject.”

“Inspiration – Lee Mack meets Lord Denning!! Best on the circuit.”

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