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Detailed AEI Program Listings & Policies

The Claims Law Catalog contains important information for every prospective or current AEI student, including:

  • Detailed course and program descriptions
  • Sample text and exam questions
  • Student reporting
  • Policies and procedures

Find answers to many of your questions and valuable information you need to begin or continue your professional development.


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Supplement to Claims Law Courses

Does Informed Consent Negate a Surgeon's Duty of Care?

FACTS: The plaintiff, Alexandra Granovsky, was scheduled to have her gall bladder removed by a
minimally invasive procedure known as a laparoscopic cholecystectomy. It requires cutting the
cystic duct to free the gallbladder from the liver. Prior to the procedure Granovsky’s surgeon, Dr.
Chagares, explained the risks involved, including damage to the common bile duct, and she signed a
consent form. By signing the form she gave permission for the procedure despite its potential
complications and risks. During the procedure, the surgeon mistakenly cut the common bile duct
causing Granovsky to suffer serious injury.
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2018 Exhibitor Schedule:

  • 2018 Insurance Fraud Management (IFM) Conference March 11-14, 2018 (Amelia Island, FL)
  • 2018 PLRB Claims Conference & Insurance Services Expo April 15-18, 2018 (Orlando, FL)
  • SAVE THE DATE!  Claims Education Conference (Where AEI designees are recognized for their achievements) May 8-11, 2018 (New Orleans, LA)
  • Florida Insurance Fraud Education Committee (FIFEC) Annual Conference June 6-8, 2018 (Orlando, FL)
  • 73rd Annual Workers' Compensation (WCI) Educational Conference August 19-22, 2018 (Orlando, FL)
  • Click here for complete list of events