Congratulations you have successfully passed the MVCOI examinations
The hardest part is now behind you. I believe you have completed all except the following. If you feel I have erred anything regarding your MVCOI certification please inform. In order to finalize your certification I need the following information:
- Review your proposed MVCOI Certification for accuracy and spelling errors. (this was attached to the email you received)
- By filling out this information below you are confirming your contact information is correct and giving Personal Injury Training Institute website permission to post your MVCOI Certified information on the Personal Injury Training Institute website. You are responsible keep your contact information current by notifying PITI when updates to your information has changed.
Professional/Physician Degree & license – Email (copy/pic (you may text it to me 801-557-8139)
- Attach below your Professional/Physician Degree & license – Email (copy/pic (you may text it to me 801-557-8139) (Non-licensed Staff exempt)
As a reminder the following are specific requirements in order to be a part of The Personal Injury Training Institute’s Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injuries certification program:
- Be licensed and in active practice a minimum of 2 years.
- Attend all basic PI classes*. (Does not include impairment rating classes)
- Take and pass the national certification Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injuries examination.
- Attend at least one approved 12 hour of personal injury training every 3 years.
- Be in good standing with appropriate government licensing board/bar.
If you have not been in practice for 2 years but have passed all the other requirements you will be conditionally Certified in Motor Vehicle Collision Occupant Injuries by Personal Injury Training Institute. After practicing for two years, just notify me to amend this condition.
I thank you again and congratulate you for your good work.
Jeffrey A. States, B.S., D.C.
Board Certified Impairment Rater
- Advanced Acceleration Deceleration Injuries
- Low Speed Rear Impact Automobile Reconstruction
- Automobile Crash Forensic Risk Analysis