On July 25, 2017, Kreisman Law Office’s Robert Kreisman was one of the principal speakers at the Professional Negligence Section’s full-day session. Mr. Kreisman was one of several speakers on the topic of maternal deaths and the causes related to medical malpractice. The seminar was part of the American Association for Justice‘s (AAJ) annual convention that was held in Boston, July 22-26, 2017. Robert Kreisman is the immediate past chair of the Professional Negligence Section of AAJ.
Mr. Kreisman has often been a speaker at both annual and mid-year meetings of AAJ. In addition, Mr. Kreisman has been a faculty member for many professional negligence seminars sponsored by AAJ over many years. Several years ago, he was honored with the “diplomat” status for his participation as a speaker and teacher of trial technique and strategies with the organization.
At the July 25, 2017 program, Mr. Kreisman spoke on the subject of proving cause in maternal deaths due to influenza. It is unfortunate that the United States statistically has a dismal record in maternal deaths. In fact, the number of maternal deaths in the U.S. has been rising alarmingly over the last decade.
In all, the AAJ annual convention offers a wide range of seminars on many important litigation topics. For more information on the annual convention and the many other programs and seminars, see the association website: http://www.justice.org.
Kreisman Law Offices has been successfully handling medical malpractice, birth injury lawsuits, brain injury lawsuits and hospital negligence cases for individuals, families and the loved ones who have been injured, harmed or died as a result of the carelessness and negligence of a medical provider for more than 40 years, in and around Chicago, Cook County and its surrounding areas, including Elmwood Park, Maywood, Hoffman Estates, Morton Grove, Niles, Skokie, Schaumburg, Schiller Park, Chicago (Logan Square, Hermosa, Lincoln Park, Near North Side, Near West Side, East Garfield Park, Bridgeport, McKinley Park, Hyde Park, South Chicago, Ashburn, Clearing, Chicago Lawn), Evanston, Wilmette, Harwood Heights, South Barrington, Blue Island, South Holland and Alsip, Ill.
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