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Your Top Workers' Compensation Questions - Answered

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National Business Institute
Caesar's Atlantic City, 2100 Pacific Avenue, Atlantic City, NJ
Thursday, December 12, 2013 - 9:00am to 4:30pm

As part of this day-long seminar, workers' compensation attorneys Ross Carrozza and Angela DeMary will speak on WCMSAs and Ethical Considerations.

This program will go beyond the basics in order to prepare you for any complication that may arise during the life of your claim. Today's worker's compensation case doesn't simply involve a doctor's opinion and an administrative hearing; it requires a knowledgeable attorney who knows the latest challenges in chronic pain and mental health claims, Medicare set-asides, and negotiation best practices with third-party interests. The intermediate level program is designed for attorneys with a fundamental knowledge of workers' compensation claim procedures. It may also benefit workers' compensation administrators, insurance claim/risk managers and human resource professionals.

The speakers include experiened workers' compensation attorneys who will discuss:

  • Developments in chronic pain management and insurance company strategies for controlling costs.
  • Best practices for applying and using the American Medical Association guidelines in your case.
  • How to identify compelling evidence that helps prove a loss of earning capacity.
  • Recognizing when temporary total disability benefits are terminated because of a medical improvement.
  • Types of incidents that can cause a third-party claim and subrogation interest in the case.
  • How to accurately set aside payments for Medicare allocations - identify threshold amounts and approval requirements.
  • Avoiding unethical situations by understanding the limitations on communicating with medical providers.

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