Attorney Randall Scarlett to Speak at Upcoming 2018 Workhorse Seminar

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The Florida Justice Association (FJA) has scheduled its upcoming 2018 Workhorse Seminar for March 20th, 2018 to March 23rd, 2018. It will be held at Marriot’s Orlando World Center in Orlando, Florida and promises to be an incredible event for everyone in attendance. Each year, the Workhorse Seminar includes amazing opportunities for legal professionals to learn new skills, network with others from around Florida, and generally improve their abilities to represent clients in a wide manner of case types.

Attorney Randall Scarlett of Scarlett Law will be in attendance at the 2018 Workhorse Seminar and will be acting as a keynote speaker. He will open Friday, March 23rd at 8:45 AM with his dissertation on Traumatic Brain Injury. He will be joined by Marius Ziejewski, Ph.D. and Bennet Omalu, M.D. to discuss complications and causes of brain injuries, and how this information can be organized into a personal injury claim following a TBI. This is the featured session of the day that you will not want to miss, especially if you or your law group wants to increase the number of TBI cases coming to your door.

Want to know more about the Workhorse Seminar and how you can attend? Click here to visit the Florida Justice Association website listing of upcoming Continued Legal Education (CLE) events. If you cannot attend the seminar, the FJA will be selling video and audio recording of key dissertations that you can enjoy at your own pace. We hope to see you there, though!

You can learn more about Scarlett Law Group, Attorney Scarlett, and our team of highly-acclaimed and experienced San Francisco personal injury lawyers by contacting us today.

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