April 28th, 2018
Westin – Downtown
“The Rising Tide Floats All Boats”
Increasing Your Personal Injury Income Ethically and Honorably
Location & Details
SATURDAY – Seattle, WA PI Seminar – 1900 5th Ave. 1st floor. “West Lake Boardroom” ; 9am-2pm Saturday April 28th (Check-in 8:30am)
R. Jay Shetlin, DC
Dr. Shetlin is the author of multiple books, including, “The Physician’s Guide to Whiplash and Soft Tissue Injuries.” He is also a speaker, coach and practicing chiropractic physician. Dr. Shetlin is committed to the advancement of chiropractic on a global scale. (“United we stand, divided we suck!”) Former employee of Palmer College of Chiropractic Marketing Department. Former VP/Marketing Director for Lifetimer International. He has been a practicing chiropractic physician for over 18 years – serving patients in St. George, Utah; Lisbon, Portugal; and most recently South Jordan, Utah.
Topics: * Head-space * Practice Principles * Practice management/case management * Documentation * Rituals that increase the fun and office revenue
Mike Maxwell, Esq.
Michael Maxwell is a Seattle native who earned his bachelor’s degree from the University of Washington. Following that he attended law school at Northeastern University in Boston. Following law school, he attended Georgetown University Law Center as an E. Barrett Prettyman fellow. He earned a rare LL.M in trial advocacy while supervising third year law students who tried criminal cases in superior court in Washington, DC. Mike’s true passion is in the representation of injured people. He has worked for nine years for a local personal injury firm. There, he has tried cases in Tacoma, Port Orchard, Seattle, and Renton. Objective findings with technology, Mock Trial, Understanding the PI in the legal system. (Physicians, Attorneys, Therapists and Staff)
Topics: *Legal * Documentation * Communication * Ethics * How to be a great Expert Witness
Ted Conger, DC
Dr. Conger attended Brigham Young University where he completed his Pre-chiropractic requirements. He studied chiropractic at Palmer College of Chiropractic in Davenport, Iowa as well as a graduate of the San Diego Spine Institute. Dr. Conger has served as the president of the Utah Chiropractic Physicians Association from 1988-89 and 1997-99, and as a board member in several other capacities. He has various post-graduate hours in diagnostic and clinical x-ray, chiropractic adjusting technique, nutrition, spinal trauma, pediatrics, sports injuries, rehabilitation, professional ethics, federal compliance, and HIPPA totaling well over 500 additional hours since 1983. Dr. Conger was born and raised in Seattle, Washington. He is an Eagle Scout, served a mission for the LDS Church in South Carolina, is married to Debbie, and they are the parents of two daughters and have four grandchildren.
Topics: Philosophy, Abundance, and Ethical Practice
Dr. Nevin Rosenburg
Too many chiropractors attempt to grow their personal injury practice, projecting themselves to attorney’s and MD’s as MVC Experts, but have a public website that reflects otherwise. When your website exudes ‘jack-of-all-trades’ general chiropractor, confidence in your expertise is often lost. Correct this common mistake and join the Whiplash Resource Network at the membership level that fits your practice goals. Expert members get our premium package of perks, which also includes an exclusive (1-chiro/city) dedicated MVC site, so you can confidently showcase your exemplary skills and knowledge in the arena of MVC cases and attract the highest quality referrals. Dr. Nevin Rosenberg and the Team The Whiplash Resource Network www.TreatmentForWhiplash.com email@example.com (541) 728-3431