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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 discussion. 

Program Faculty:
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, Wethersfield
Brian L. Smith, Sharp Shields & Smith, Rocky Hill
Francis C. Vignati, Jr., Office of the Attorney General, Hartford

Program Agenda:
8:30 State Liens
9:15 Unemployment
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 attorneys.

The Connecticut Bar Association/CT Bar Institute is an accredited provider of New York State CLE.

CLE Credit: 1.0 Hours