AD051812 Liens and Outside Benefits That Can Affect Workers' Comp Claims
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Liens and Outside Benefits That Can Affect
Workers' Compensation Claims and Indemnity Benefits
About the Program:
A panel of seasoned attorneys will address: outside parties that can affect
indemnity benefits and workers’ compensation claims, including state liens,
unemployment benefits, short/long term disability, group health liens; ethical
issues for attorneys regarding liens; discussion on new cases; and a roundtable
Lawrence F. Morizio, Cousins Desrosiers &
Morizio PC, Stratford
Maribeth M. McGloin, Williams Moran LLC, Fairfield
Eric P. Santoro, The Law Office of Eric P. Santoro
LLC, New London
Jane M. Carlozzi, Nuzzo & Roberts LLC, Cheshire
John J. D’Elia, Kennedy Johnson D'Elia &
Gillooly LLC, New Haven
Stephen Lattanzio, Connecticut Department of Labor,
Brian L. Smith, Sharp Shields & Smith, Rocky
Francis C. Vignati, Jr., Office of the Attorney
8:30 State Liens
10:00 Short/Long Term Disability and Group Health Liens
10:55 Ethic Concerns Re: Liens
11:45 Case Law Update
12:30 Roundtable Discussion
Who Should Purchase:
Attorneys, claims handlers, or insurance representatives who want to learn
about liens and their intersection with workers’ compensation.
This seminar is appropriate for newly admitted and experienced
The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.
CLE Credit: 1.0 Hours