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127901

 

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$155

 

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CLE Hours

6 CLE Hours
including
1 Ethics Hour,
1 Professionalism
Hour and
3 Trial Practice Hours

 

WORKERS' COMPENSATION LAW FOR THE GENERAL PRACTITIONER '12

RECORDED MARCH 15, 2012

Co-Sponsor:
Workers' Compensation Law Section, State Bar of Georgia

Presiding:
Elizabeth D. Costner, Program Co-Chair, Law Office of Elizabeth DeVaughn Costner, Savannah
Ingrid E. Nuss, Program Co-Chair, Drew Eckl & Farnham LLP, Atlanta

WELCOME AND PROGRAM OVERVIEW
Elizabeth D. Costner
Ingrid E. Nuss

Professionalism
Hon. Elizabeth W. Lammers, Judge, State Board of Workers’ Compensation, Atlanta
John T. Parker, The Parker Law Firm, P.C., McDonough
Christina Bevill, Savell and Williams LLP, Atlanta

How to Win (or Lose) a Case
Hon. Charles G. Spalding, Judge, State Board of Workers’ Compensation, Atlanta

Immigration Issues
Frank L. Aitcheson, III, Frank L. Aitcheson LLC, Atlanta

Maloney: The Diligent Job Search
Holly J. Portier, Hamilton, Westby, Antonowich & Anderson, Atlanta

Contacting the Medical Provider in a Workers’ Compensation Matter (Legal and Ethical Considerations)
C. Jason Perkins, Perkins Law Firm LLP, Carrollton
H. Michael Bagley, Drew Eckl & Farnham LLP, Atlanta
Defeating the Subrogation Lien
Benjamin Bengtson, Slappey & Sadd, Atlanta
Coverage Issues in Workers’ Compensation
C. Wade McGuffey, Jr., Goodman McGuffey Lindsey & Johnson LLP, Atlanta

Avoiding Litigation—What the Insurer Needs to Know at the Outset
Ellen Frank, Retired Adjuster, Norcross

John Blackmon, Drew Eckl & Farnham LLP, Atlanta

The Dual Highway: Contemporaneous Handling of Social Security and Workers’ Compensation Claims (Tips and Pitfalls)
Phillip B. Sartain, Sartain Law Offices LLP, Gainesville
A Solution to the MSA “Problem”
Thomas M. Finn, Finn & Hurtt, Dalton