Denver, Colorado – Burg Simpson shareholder Scott J. Eldredge will be one of the top speakers at the upcoming National Medical Malpractice Association’s 1st Code Blue Conference — Breaking the Code of Silence 2016. Hosted at the Hotel Galvez Resort & Spa in Galveston, Texas on October 17 – 19, the conference brings together professionals who are committed to the safety of patients as it relates to medical malpractice.
Mr. Eldredge will address this year’s theme “Medical Malpractice and its Effect on America.” Eldredge and the other speakers will share their experience and expertise on a range of topics including, legal climate, mental health, end of life decisions, advocacy, medical boards, and probate & guardianship.
Scott J. Eldredge focuses his practice on medical malpractice cases, and this area of law includes cases involving claims for damages arising from inadequate or substandard hospital and clinic protocols, as well as damages resulting from substandard care rendered by medical professionals. Mr. Eldredge is engaged in medical malpractice cases focusing on informed consent and other physician-patient communication issues, as well as breaches in preventative care. He has successfully handled cases in birth trauma, failure to diagnose heart attacks and failure to diagnose cancer cases, among many others. He serves as the President of The National Medical Malpractice Trial Lawyers Association and is a frequent lecturer across the country on a variety of topics.
Breaking the Code of Silence 2016 is presented by The National Medical Malpractice Advocacy Association, a non-profit organization that seeks to improve the quality of healthcare in America for men, women, and children. To learn more or to register for the conference, please visit www.codeblueconference.com.
About Burg Simpson
With offices in Denver, Cincinnati, Phoenix, Cody, and Steamboat Springs, Burg Simpson is a firm of award winning trial lawyers practicing in the areas of personal injury, class action, mass torts, medical malpractice, dangerous drug litigation, defective products, insurance bad faith, workers’ compensation, commercial litigation, and construction defect litigation.